Building Energy Efficient Homes in Invermere, BC
Green building is not a certification stamp – it is a commitment to buildings that tread lightly on the planet, while delivering superior comfort and efficiency for the people who inhabit them.
But what will it cost? Partly, that is up to you.
What kind of finishes do you want in your home?
How big will it be?
No matter the shape of your dreams, we will work with you to meet your budget needs without cutting corners on quality and energy performance.
How do we do it? One house at time. Every thinkBright project is led by our husband and wife ownership team. We bring hands-on attention and multi-decade experience to every project stage ensuring that we effectively manage your project and your budget. We stay up to date on both tried-and-true and emerging technologies, and the costs and benefits of each so your home has everything you need, and nothing you don’t.
Our standard is high standard.
The BC Building code is simply not enough.
No matter your budget, thinkBright Homes are guaranteed to deliver superior building performance, be it Energy Star or the BC Energy Step Code levels 3-5.
Prove it? You bet!
We audit every new build and provide third-party verification, proving that your home will tread lightly on the planet, and on your pocket book for years to come. We’d love provide you with an estimate to build your thinkBright Home.
Glave Communications produced an article on behalf of the Training and Communications Subcommittee of the Energy Step Code Council, with resource support from BC Hydro.
In an effort to increase awareness and understanding of the BC Energy Step Code, the Energy Step Code Council is sharing information on how and why builders and communities are using the new standard. Local governments may use the BC Energy Step Code, if they wish, to incentivize or require a level of energy efficiency in new construction that goes above and beyond the requirements of the BC Building Code.
BC Energy Step Code Sharing stories of how and why builders and communities are using British Columbia’s new energy-performance building standard