Geothermal Heating used in New Sooke Homes | 18 May, 2011
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.
Woodland Creek, a planned community project located in Sooke, BC, has just entered into its fifth phase of development with 29 new single family homes – the first neighbourhood in Sooke to offer geo-exchange technology.
Priced from $384,900 (net HST included), Woodland Creek will, upon completion, include 110 single family homes, 80 townhomes, an area zoned as neighbourhood commercial and public parks (complete with a pond, walking trails and neighbourhood playground). The development is the creation of Totangi Properties Ltd., a company well-known in the industry for its careful and sustainable approach to forest management and land development.