Can you open the doors and windows in a Passive House? There is no such thing as a Passive House door so to say, but rather doors that offer the airtightness and insulation levels necessary. And yes, you can open their doors and windows just as they would in a traditional home. Passive Houses and buildings are extremely comfortable in all seasons….
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