This 1970’s built home was renovated with health, comfort and energy efficiency at the forefront. The aim was modernization of the home while simultaneously giving the home a warm country feel through the use of a stylish wood finish

The kitchen and living room were integrated in order to create an open-concept living and dining area.

Plumbing, heating, electrical windows and flooring were updated for the entire home to bring these systems up to date.

Materials used in the renovation included repurposed fir flooring from another build, as well as reusing the existing ceiling, trim, bi folds and doors. Any leftover materials were donated to Habitat for Humanity for use in another build.

All paint, cabinet materials, glue and stain were environmentally friendly and VOC free.

European Energy Star appliances such as the fridge, oven, stove top, washer and dryer were used, in order to reduce energy consumption and costs. A ductless heat pump provides comfort in warm or cool weather year-round.

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