Viewing Archive – May 2011

Hi-Tech Harness for Old Energy Source

Geothermal Heating used in New Sooke Homes | 18 May, 2011
Geothermal Drilling at Woodland Creek, Built Green affordable homes in Sooke

Woodland Creek,  a community of stylish, affordable new homes in Sooke uses large scale and affordable, geo-exchange technology to keep its home buyers comfortable says The Sooke Mirror in a May 2011 article outlining how geothermal heating for new homes helps keep on-going costs down. View link to Sooke Geothermal article.

Woodland Creek sends  thanks to Sooke, BC writer Jim Sinclair for his article outlining the practicality of using efficient geo-thermal heating for housing developments to reduce the annual cost of homeownership.… read more

Plenty of Choice for Island New Home Buyers

Vancouver Sun | 14 May, 2011 | View link | Download PDF
New Built Green Geothermal Homes in Sooke

Vancouver Sun journalist, Suzanne Morphet, writes about the shape of the housing market and the range of opportunities for new home buyers.

“Most of the region’s large new housing
projects are taking shape west of Victoria, where land is cheaper and still plentiful. In Sooke, about a 45-minute drive from downtown Victoria, Totangi Properties is beginning its fifth phase of a development at Woodland Creek. The 29 new single-family homes begin at $384,900, including HST. Totangi’s Blair Robertson says there’s lots of competition; “but we are the only Built Green certified homes in Sooke with geoexchange heating, cooling and hot … read more