Complete Green Housing

Complete Green Housing provides knowledge about and manufacturing of green building which meets passive house standards. The philosophy is to build environmental friendly buildings using a industrialized workflow to secure constructions of a high quality.


As 40% of all the energy consumption in the world is related to building and the use of these, then Complete Green Housing is very much motivated on changeing this towards making buildings which are ecologically sustainable.


The aim is to make buildings which are attractive and give their inhabitants a good indoor environment while keeping energy consumption at a minimum and therefore at the same time giving them an increased awareness about sustainability.


"Buildings which generate more energy than they consume will reduce the demand for energy and the emission of green houses gasses" (Source: Norwegian Green Building Council).


When wood replaces steel or concrete in buildings then the environment benefits in two ways:

- One cubic meter of wood stores approx. a ton of CO2

- In average one ton CO2 that would otherwise have gone into production of the steel/concrete is saved as well.


A third possible benefit for the environment is that upon demolition of a wooden building the building material can be used as fuel in a powerplant  for heating, and thereby not leave any waste behind.


CGH's industrialized houses are 98% assembled when they leave the factory. The only work left to do on site is a few joints and the last finishing work. The elements are built to the highest standards in an controlled dry environment in the factory in Norway.


Key competences:

Sustainable profile and CO2 footprint

Unique and super fast automated production line which gives fast production time












NORFAC is a Nordic research and development project involving 10 partners collaborating in the development of an innovative Nordic facade system.
The project is sponsored by Nordic Innovation and this website will contentiously  be updated

Updated January 29, 2018