The team at Eden Insulation are skilled craftsmen dedicated to producing the highest quality Passivhaus frames. Some of us have worked in construction for many years, while others have found their way into Passivhaus building from backgrounds as diverse as railway engineering, retail and steel fabrication – all bringing a range of skills to the team.
“As a specialist in Passivhaus materials, I’ve travelled the whole of the UK visiting many building sites, and saw a lot of different concepts. During this time, I never came across an approach to Passivhaus that worked as well as Eden Insulation’s modular timber-frame panels. In fact, I liked it so much I decided to join Trevor at the firm!”
“I like the idea of saving energy in the buildings we make. I enjoy meeting our clients on site and knowing that we’re giving them a house that will save them money and do our bit for the environment.”
“I particularly enjoy going out on site and seeing a frame come together after weeks of working on the panels in the workshop. We manage to achieve impressive results with our u values and airtightness, but it takes a lot of constant measuring in the factory. It’s also been satisfying to improve our processes and materials in the factory over time, to become as efficient as we are now.”
“I love getting onto site and seeing all our hard work from the factory coming together into some amazing builds.”
Andrew has really enjoyed a different approach to building houses and is interested in the environmental aspect of fabricating low energy houses.
Jo likes working for a family business with an ethical heart.
“I’ve been working with Stephen for more than a decade, and he’s been a valued contributor to our technical and design team. He has produced panel designs to facilitate manufacture of buildings of all sizes and types, including domestic, commercial, college and school projects.” Trevor Lowis
“I wanted to do something on the greener end of the spectrum, a better standard of build, using more environmentally-friendly materials and achieving better energy performance. After starting out with a stick-build method, it’s been a steady progression to culminate in the Passivhaus model we use today.”