Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer Peter Love to recognize Fifthshire Homes for leadership in energy efficient homebuilding
Monday, June 16th 2008 8:53:56am
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Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer to recognize Fifthshire Homes for their contributions to energy efficient homebuilding
Attendees will have opportunity to explore two EnviroHome houses in Georgina
(Georgina, Ontario) On Thursday, June 19, 2008, Peter Love, Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer, will present Fifthshire Homes with a Certificate of Recognition for their leadership in promoting energy conservation in home building as Fifthshire unveils two of their latest EnviroHomes in Georgina.
EnviroHomes feature leading design elements including energy efficient products and materials as well as advanced construction techniques resulting in a home that is highly energy efficient.
Every EnviroHome is certified to meet the high standards of the R-2000 program.
Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario
Julia Munro, MPP York-North
Richard Lind, Chair, R-2000 National Committee
Corey McBurney, Executive Director, EnerQuality
23 Wolford Court, Georgina, Ontario
Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 1:00pm
EnviroHome unveiling and tour
For more information:
(905) 660 7415
The EnviroHome designation is given to new home projects that meet demanding technical and environmental standards.
Across Canada, only 10 projects earn this distinction each year. EnviroHome builders are highly skilled professionals who build homes that are comfortable, healthy and friendly to the environment. EnviroHome is sponsored nationally by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA), TD Canada and receives support from the Government of Canada.
Fifthshire Homes is a custom home builder who specializes in building recycled steel framed registered R-2000 EnviroHomes. Since 1991, nearly all homes built by Fifthshire have been R-2000 certified.