Estonian Passive House success at Finnish Housing Fair
25. August 2011

Estonian wooden house manufacturer Seve Ehituse took part in Finnish Housing Fair held in Kokkolo from 15th July to 14th August 2011.  Estonian Passive House got a lot of positive feedback and was named as one of the most energy efficient building at the fair.

According to Henri Enniste, board member of Seve Ehituse, success at the Finnish Housing Fair shows that Estonians have high level skills and knowledge to build energy efficient houses and are therefore trustworthy partners.  

Large number of inquiries received from Finland shortly after the fair have made Seve Ehituse to set high expectations in further sales activities. Sales forecast to get over 5 million euors worth of new contracts will be met soon.

Seve Ehituse Passive House was one of the most energy efficient houses at the fair. Compared with Finnish competitors it used 2.5 – 4 times less energy for heating up the house.

Jutta Urpilainen visited the fair on 14.08.2011 guided by Touko Rauma, the project manager of the Finnish Housing Fair, who showed her around and referred to Seve Ehituse Ilvestalo as the house of the future Finland.

In a few weeks the company is planning to sell the two storey sample house with 480 000 euros.

Seve Ehituse is looking forward to participate in Finnish Housing Fair for the third time in 2013.

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