BOS member DME Modular Ireland (Modular Express) introduces net zero modular homes in Dublin’s Bluebell area

Delivering high-quality, affordable, and sustainable housing solutions. DME Modular Ireland (Modular Express) is about to launch its first-ever net zero modular home scheme in the vibrant Bluebell area of Dublin.

DME Modular Ireland [Modular Express] specialises in the design and supply of 3D volumetric modular homes. These innovative homes are meticulously crafted in a factory-controlled environment before being transported to the site for installation and connection to utilities. The advantages they offer over traditional construction methods are numerous: 

Faster and more cost-effective delivery: With streamlined production processes, modular homes can be delivered and assembled in a fraction of the time compared to conventional builds, saving both time and money. 

Higher quality and durability: Built with precision engineering and rigorous quality control measures, modular homes boast exceptional durability and structural integrity. 

Lower environmental impact and energy consumption: These homes are designed with sustainability in mind, incorporating energy-efficient features to minimise their carbon footprint and reduce utility bills for homeowners. 

Greater flexibility and customisation: From layout options to interior finishes, modular homes offer a high degree of customisation to meet the unique needs and preferences of homeowners. 

The Bluebell project is an exciting initiative that will see the construction of six one-bedroom modular homes for the Approved Housing Body Tiglin Challenge, which supports individuals experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. These homes will be equipped with top-of-the-line features, including: 

  • Optimal insulation and energy-efficient windows and doors: Ensuring maximum comfort and energy savings throughout the year. 
  • Fully equipped kitchens and bathrooms: Designed for modern living and convenience. 
  • Photovoltaics, smart lighting, and air-source heat pumps: Harnessing renewable energy sources to minimise environmental impact. 
  • Mechanical exhaust ventilation systems with the V4A Premium acoustic whole-house fan: Maintaining optimal indoor air quality and comfort. 
  • The highest BER rating and Gold Certification for the Home Performance Index (HPI): Demonstrating a commitment to sustainability and energy efficiency. 

The Bluebell Community Council has thrown its support behind the project, welcoming DME Modular Ireland’s solutions and dedication to community regeneration.

Scheduled for completion by the end of 2024, the Bluebell project promises to showcase the future of sustainable housing in Ireland. To learn more about DME Modular Ireland [Modular Express] and their Net Zero modular homes, visit their website or contact them for more information or a quote.


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