Open-sourced, carbon free, house templates

Outfitted with The Phoenix Haus Alpha System

Assembled by your local builder

In other words...beautiful, affordable homes for a carbon free life

The Phoenix Haus Alpha System

EVERY HAUS LITERALLY SAVES THE PLANET

14,019 lbs/CO2

not released*

2,417 Trees

planted*

788 gallons

gas not consumed*

*represents 1 home’s savings in 1 year 

OCCUPANT BENEFITS
FOR EVERY ALPHA OUTFITTED TEMPLATE

EXTRA INSULATION

Thermal Comfort

"...no more cold feet, in January"

Filtered Air

Fresh, Not Stale

"...a balanced & healthy indoor environment"

SOLAR ENERGY

Zero Carbon Footprint

"...using the sun to pay your utility bills"

FOLLOW THE STEPS

STEP 1

PICK A TEMPLATE

Non-toxic, certifiable performance & fabricated off site. Also, your new home will run off the sun (trust us, we've done the math)

STEP 2

Adjust your TEMPLATE

Site orientation, standard finishes, small adjustments, etc.

STEP 3

Get matched with a builder

Get matched with one of our awesome builders in the network to manage assembly on site, foundation, sub-contractors & finishing

Join the Builder Network

FEATURED TEMPLATE USING THE ALPHA SYSTEM

THE VOGEL HAUS

1,931 Square Feet

3 Bed, 2 Bath

Annual Heating Demand: 4.68 kBTU/ft2yr

DESIGNED BY:

The Haus network

Original ContentPassive House
August 7, 2017

The Vogel Haus

3 bedroom, 2 bath. 1,931 SF, $649,000 + tax, designed by Artisans Group
Original ContentPassive House
February 5, 2017

The Peace of Mind Haus

3 bedroom, 2 bath. 1,500 SF designed by Seed Studios
Original ContentPassive House
February 5, 2017

The Hip Haus

1 bedroom, 1 bath, 1,100 SF designed by CR-BPS Performance Specialists
Original ContentPassive House
February 5, 2017

The Lupine Haus

3 bedroom, 2 bath. 1,750 SF designed by Paper Airplane Design Co.
Original ContentPassive House
February 5, 2017

The Line Haus

3 bedroom, 2 bath. 1,500 SF designed by Love Schack Architecture
Original Content
February 5, 2017

The High Sierra Haus

2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,800 SF design by Wright Architects
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