creating healthy green spaces
creating healthy green spaces
creating healthy green spaces
creating healthy green spaces
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Philosophy

"Reach ahead for the next innovation and soar above the market place, offering accessible, ecological and healthy building solutions, while contributing to the education of the Canadian population that green choices are better choices."
the healthiest home, 2008
Philosophy

CONSIDER environmental, economical and social impacts of the products and suppliers that we source, support and sell. Consider local alternatives, non toxic and protected material options. Consider the profitability of a supply chain from manufacturer to end user that has 1 focus: better products at better prices.

CONSERVE energy, utilities and material in the services, products and education that we provide. Be innovative in our exploration and execution of alternative methods. Conserve by utilizing focused distribution and sales methods to target markets where demand is continually accelerating and is not currently satisfied.

CREATE healthy green spaces with a full array of interior building products. Satisfy a range of budgets and tastes providing unique products for common spaces. Create profit margins based on experience with a business model that capitalizes on current social trends while leveraging added value services.

Our approach to every project is a three tier process. Every task required to successfully complete the project is categorized and measured accordingly.

IAQ (Indoor Air Quality)

We are the most experienced builders at sourcing and installing integral non-toxic alternatives for traditional interior and exterior building products. We guarantee the use of the least toxic product alternatives available.

Energy Alternatives

On every project we assess, design and install the most feasible energy and water usage alternatives from wind to solar to geothermal based on your site location and your budget.

ECO footprint

We strive to minimize impact on every project through planned strategies for spatial design, material recycling and re-use and use of sustainably harvested materials.