- Programmable thermostat to allow remote control of the home’s interior temperature
- Central air conditioning
- High efficiency furnace with ECM motor to reduce utility bills
- Upgraded filter on furnace for improved indoor air quality
- Energy recovery ventilator - acts as the lungs of the home offering superior indoor air quality and excess humidity control. It utilizes high performance motors that are equivalent in power consumption to a compact fluorescent light bulb, which significantly lower energy costs without affecting performance
- Drain water heat recovery pipe - When warm water goes down the drain from a shower, a faucet, or washing appliance, it carries away valuable energy. The drain water heat recovery pipe recovers part of this valuable energy from the warm water, and uses it to preheat incoming cold fresh water. This unit consists of multiple coils of copper tube wrapped together around a central copper drain pipe. Hot water going down the drain transfers its heat to incoming cold water moving up the coils. The pre-heated water reduces the energy used by the water heater and provides substantial savings
- House fully insulated to keep the home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
- 2x6 wall assembly with R20 batt and 1” rigid insulation (nominal R25)
- Attics blown-in R50
- Cathedral ceilings R31
- Exposed floor insulation R31
- Full height R20 basement blanket wrap
All plans and specifications are subject to reasonable modifications, as necessary, at the discretion of the Vendor. E & O.E.
NOTICE TO PURCHASERS: Due to increasing construction cost, the Vendor commits orders to its suppliers on the date of the Offer to Purchase. Therefore, in some cases the Vendor cannot alter, change or add to the specifications, details or field notes. In order for any change to be implemented, all requests, after the offer becomes firm, must be in writing and accepted by the Vendor.
* In accordance with standard building practice and TARION rules, the Vendor warrants to make any necessary drywall repairs (due to nail pops and drywall cracks caused by settling) at the one year anniversary of closing subject to scheduling of work. The priming and painting of these repairs will be the full responsibility of the Purchaser, regardless of whether the Builder/Vendor or Purchaser painted the unit initially. December 22, 2016