Advanced construction techniques and high quality heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems ensure that in “zero” houses it will be cooler in summer and warmer in winter without consuming much energy. Movement Clean Zero – Builder of Halifax Nova Scotia – Houses built by Saulor – Your dream. Net-Zero homeowners benefit from low monthly energy bills that don’t go up with the price of energy because your home produces what you need. In fact, every year these houses produce as much energy as they consume, making them highly efficient, convenient and environmentally friendly. Net Zero Homes use renewable energy systems such as geothermal and solar energy to provide the energy they need to work. Although the demand for “clean zero” housing is growing, not all developers are eligible to build to these standards. Not only are these homes energy efficient, but they are 80% more efficient than conventional new homes. Houses that used to be rare are now becoming more and more popular. The real estate industry is constantly striving to improve its practices and the transition to “pure zero” and “pure zero” is one way of doing it. The features that are part of the Net Zero house help to reduce the ecological footprint of your home and protect natural resources for present and future generations. Keith Soulor is the second generation of owners of houses built by Soulor. If you are considering building a zero income home, make sure your developer meets the requirements of the Canadian Homeowners Association for a zero income home.