Jung Passive House

The red Jung Passive home stands out amongst grey skies and a rainbow.
We liked this product because it was so simple and efficient. In high-performance buildings, you need to keep the mechanical system simple.

Kurt and Maura Jung of Holly, Michigan, wanted to build a home with a small ecological footprint. When they settled on the idea of Passive House, the question turned to HVAC: What system could accommodate Passive House’s low cooling and heating loads? Hyper-heating ductless from Mitsubishi Electric answered that question, and helps the Jungs achieve Passive House’s 90 percent reduction in energy consumption for cooling and heating. Download the PDF below to read more. You’ll hear from the homeowner, builder and architect, and see a photo of the home.

Jung Passive House

Project Location: Holly, Michigan
Completion Date: March 2013

Project Team

  • Owners: Kurt and Maura Jung
  • Architect: GO Logic LLC, Belfast, Maine
  • Builder: Energy Wise Homes, Inc., Lansing, Michigan

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed

  • (2) MSZ-FE12NA8 Indoor Units
  • (2) MUZ-FE12NA1 Outdoor Units
Product Category
Ductless Systems
Home Residence
Completion Date
June, 2015
Case Study Type
For Homeowners
Text Box Type
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
new construction
passive house

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