Energy efficient homes to be built in Collingwood
Monday, February 19th 2007 5:19:07pm
Attention Home/Energy/News Reporters and Editors
Energy efficient “green” homes to be built in Collingwood
Sherwood Homes to announce first ENERGY STAR®
qualified homes in Collingwood
(Collingwood, Ontario) Join Corey McBurney of EnerQuality Corporation and Terry Kloepfer, Regional Manager for Sherwood Homes, as they announce Collingwood’s first ENERGY STAR qualified homes.
These performance tested, third party verified, and government backed homes are approximately 30% more energy efficient than those built to minimum Ontario building code requirements; reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 3 tonnes a year; and save homeowners money.
Sherwood Homes will also announce that they are offering ENERGY STAR qualification as a standard feature in all of its new single detached homes at Georgian Meadows, demonstrating leadership and excellence in building.
Terry Kloepfer, Regional Manager for Sherwood Homes Collingwood
Corey McBurney, Managing Director, EnerQuality Corporation
Ron Salisbury, EnerGuide and Quality Control Manager, Sherwood Homes
Georgian Meadows site office, 6th Street and 10th Line (see map attached)
Friday, February 23, 2007
12:00 – Presentation
12:15 – Q & A
12:30 – Lunch
For more information or to arrange interviews, contact:
Brent Kulba, Environmental Communication Options, 416-972-7401
Katherine Crespo, Reid’s Heritage Homes, 1-877-88-REIDS or 519-658-6656, email@example.com
ENERGY STAR® for New Homes is a label given to homes that meet balanced, whole-house energy-efficiency standards, guaranteeing their owners significant energy savings. New homes that receive the ENERGY STAR label are approximately 30 percent more energy efficient than those built to the minimum Ontario building code standards. The ENERGY STAR mark, used with permission, is administered and promoted in Canada by Natural Resources Canada.