1. East York, Ontario
New 3,000 sq. ft. single-family residence
with ground floor, handicapped-
accessible "Granny" apartment.
70% of demolition materials from existing
house and new construction waste were diverted from land fill, with the
remainder being monitored by the Ontario Recycling Commission for future
Our design included installation of a state-of-the-art,
high-efficiency integrated domestic hot water/space heating unit and whole
house heat recovery ventilation system.
2. London, Ontario
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A 2,300 sq. ft., low-energy, single family
residence in Santa Fe Style.
Engineering by Allen-Kani Associates.
Our design for this house included:
solar-treated domestic water supply with roof
top water collection and cistern storage
state of the art hydronic cooling and heating
3. Haliburton, Ontario
An 1,800 sq. ft., "low energy plus" single
family cottage/retirement residence.
Our design for this home included
contra-flow Rumford fireplace
propane fired, high-efficiency integrated
domestic hot water/space heating unit
whole house heat recovery ventilation system.
windows featuring low-E argon charged construction
with fiberglass frames and non-conductive edge-spacing -- from Thermotech