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LIVE BETTER IN A HIGH PERFORMANCE HOME

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A High Performance Home combines quality construction  and energy efficiency.  Homes are built better than the minimum BC Building Code and cost considerably less to operate on a monthly basis while providing a high level of comfort and healthy indoor air quality.  Each completed home is tested for air leakage using a fan door test.

TOP SIX BENEFITS OF A HIGH PERFORMANCE HOME:

Better air quality achieved through the use of a heat recovery ventilator and finishing materials with lower VOCs helps provide a healthy indoor environment.

 

A waterproof foundation reduces the risk of mould.  A heat recovery ventilator (hrv)  reduces condensation.  Low to no off gassing finishes reduces the risk of environmental allergies.

improved health

Consistent temperatures, better insulation, controlled ventilation, and reduced noise levels allow you a higher level of comfort in your home.

An air tight building envelope reduces cold areas throughout the home.

A high performance wall system consisting of  insulated concrete form foundation, 2x6 walls with continuous insulation, energy efficient windows provide year round comfort.

improved comfort

Homes are built above the minimum BC Building Code standard.  Increased durability is achieved using better materials including engineered wood beams, high performance windows, airtight drywall, and concrete window wells. 

 

Engineered wood beams, headers and floor joists. Plywood walls, roof sheathing and stair treads.  Use of airtight drywall, not poly, behind drywall prevents the build up of hidden moisture.

increased durability

A home with a smaller footprint on the earth ensures a sustainable future for you and the next generation.  

 

LED light fixtures and low flow plumbing fixtures.  Waste water heat recovery uses less energy to heat water.

 

A heat recovery ventilator (hrv) reduces greenhouse gasses by recycling energy. 

improved sustainability

Better air quality achieved through the use of a heat recovery ventilator and finishing materials with lower VOCs helps provide a healthy indoor environment.

 

A waterproof foundation reduces the risk of mould.  A heat recovery ventilator (hrv)  reduces condensation.  Low to no off gassing finishes reduces the risk of environmental allergies.

improved health

Consistent temperatures, better insulation, controlled ventilation, and reduced noise levels allow you a higher level of comfort in your home.

An air tight building envelope reduces cold areas throughout the home.

A high performance wall system consisting of  insulated concrete form foundation, 2x6 walls with continuous insulation, energy efficient windows provide year round comfort.

improved comfort

Homes are built above the minimum BC Building Code standard.  Increased durability is achieved using better materials including engineered wood beams, high performance windows, airtight drywall, and concrete window wells. 

 

Engineered wood beams, headers and floor joists. Plywood walls, roof sheathing and stair treads.  Use of airtight drywall, not poly, behind drywall prevents the build up of hidden moisture.

increased durability

A home with a smaller footprint on the earth ensures a sustainable future for you and the next generation.  

 

LED light fixtures and low flow plumbing fixtures.  Waste water heat recovery uses less energy to heat water.

 

A heat recovery ventilator (hrv) reduces greenhouse gasses by recycling energy. 

improved sustainability

increased energy efficiency

Lower energy consumption keeps monthly operating costs low and provides protection from future increases in energy prices.

Insulated concrete form (icf) foundation keeps temperatures consistent throughout the year reducing the need for excessive heating and cooling.  A heat recovery ventilator (hrv) transfers waste exhaust heat to incoming air.  Air tight drywall creates a building envelope that reduces uncontrollable air leakage.

improved building practices

Better construction techniques give you the peace of mind that your home will last longer, require less maintenance, and ultimately be worth more than a conventional home when it comes time to sell.  

Whole home surge protection protects home electronics and appliances.  Braided stainless steel sink and toilet leads rather than plastic prevent flooding.  Solar ready future conduit.  Insulated steel overhead doors.