Barrett House is a heritage listed building that has been converted into a sustainable showcase home, as a joint project between Randwick, Woollahra and Waverly Council.
The house showcases practical sustainability measures that can be implemented in any shape and size house, suitable to any budget.
Barrett House is open on Sustainable House Day, 15th September 2019. Take a visit and feel the warmth and comfortable environment of the SolarVenti system for yourself!
The Art Barn Eco-Arts Hub provides a creative space for local artists to collaborate and create new works in a sustainable way.
We installed a solar air collector and Solar Whiz system at the Art Barn as a sustainable heating and cooling method.
This has "drastically reduced our use of power and the need for traditional air conditioning and heating systems" according to the Art Barn.
Middle Head Officers Quarters
Middle Head Peninsula was a military fort established in 1801. The Officers Quarters is considered to be one of the most significant buildings on Middle Head, which originally housed officers and served as a hospital and accomodation to the Australian Women's Army Service in WWII. The building is heritage listed and maintained by the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust.
We installed a purpose-built twin fan solar ventilation system at the Officers Quarters. This purpose-built system provides mechanical ventilation to control moisture,prevents mould growth and structural damage.
Heritage Listed Residential Homes
We have also installed solar ventilation systems on a number of heritage listed residential buildings in Sydney and Newcastle.
Ventilation systems implemented in heritage listed buildings help to preserve structural materials, important documents and heritage furniture.