Your Green Builder
At Royalpark Homes, we have always prided ourselves for building homes that are at the forefront of architecture, interior design, technology and — above all — value for your family. For this reason we’re committing ourselves to building new green homes.
Our commitment to building new green homes began with the launch of our first ENERGY STAR® qualified community in Brampton and will continue as we move forward with new residential developments, in Alliston and Milton, Ontario.
We believe every little bit helps. We use long-lasting building materials and reduce, reuse and recycle wherever possible to deliver an efficient and future friendly home. Of course, green building encompasses much more than reductions in Electricity and Gas consumption. It means reducing water consumption; reducing waste and re-directing it to more sustainable uses; installing more sustainable products in homes; and improving the indoor air quality for families. Essentially, it means reducing our overall impact, or “footprint” on the environment.
At Royalpark Homes we're working diligently with leaders in the industry to incorporate new technologies, building practices, construction materials and interior finishes into our homes so that we can build great sustainable homes our customers are proud to own for years to come.
Low E Argon Windows and Patio Doors
This all-season glass decreases condensation, reduces ultra-violet rays from entering the home & retains interior heat more efficiently than ordinary glass.
Blanket Your Walls in Warmth
Increased wall insulation inside and out for retaining your home’s heat during the winter and keeping your home cooler during the summer - plus the added benefit of reduced noise penetration.
Increased Attic Insulation
More attic insulation keeps the rising heat from escaping through the roof, thereby reducing heating costs.
A Home that Passes all the Tests
Every home is inspected and rated by a Government-sponsored third party for efficiency before being approved for certification.
Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV) units in Detached Homes
Creates a healthier home and controls humidity by exchanging fresh outside air with stale interior air, while retaining the heat from the exhaust air.
Electricity Savings and Power Monitoring
Experience monthly hydro savings from the installation of compact fluorescent light bulbs and the ability to monitor electricity consumption in real time.
With sealed ductwork, your heating and cooling systems avoid leaking air while reducing your energy costs and improving your family’s indoor comfort.
High Efficiency Furnace with Programmable Thermostat
Make your forced air, high efficiency natural gas furnace work at peak efficiency with a programmable thermostat to reduce energy consumption day and night.