Green Initiative | November 15th, 2018

Energy Efficiencies for a Brighter Future

It’s no surprise that there has been a global shift in how we consume energy. That’s why we’ve made every effort to ensure that our homes are more energy efficient, which ultimately gives you a home that has the ability to reduce your carbon footprint. Here are just a few measures we’ve taken to implement energy efficiencies in our homes.

Insulation

We have standard R60 Ceiling (Flat Ceiling), R40 Flooring and R22 Wall insulation in all of our homes. We’ve put this feature in place now, so you don’t have to spend thousands retrofitting your home at a later date. This extraordinary package keeps you warm throughout our harsh winter climate while keeping money in your pocket.

Low E Argon Windows

These are another major energy efficient component to our homes. Low E Argon Windows are standard throughout our entire line-up of homes. For those looking to enhance the comfort and the R-value of their home to an even greater level, Triple Pane casement windows are an available option that merits strong consideration.

ENERGY STAR® Appliances

Major appliances consume up to 14% of the energy used in your home, according to Natural Resources Canada. To become ENERY STAR® qualified, an appliance must not only meet Canada’s minimum standards for energy efficiency first, but also meet or exceed higher ENERGY STAR® technical specifications. Beautiful appliances with a limited impact on your pocket and the environment – that’s something to celebrate.

Heat recovery ventilation systems, LED lighting  and many more energy efficient standards can be found in our homes. Have specific questions about energy efficiencies? Get in touch with one of our Sales Centres today!

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