New Homes & Neighbourhoods

Energy Efficiency

Every inch of a Sifton home is Energy Star certified and is built to make your space more comfortable and sustainable. 

EnerQuality Environmental Stewardship Award Winner.

  • Higher Efficiency HVAC
  • Heat Recovery Ventilation
  • Drain Water Heat Recovery
  • Low E-Argon Windows
  • Foam Insulated Doors
  • Increased Insulation


We believe in building better homes.  So we build them with improved, high-efficiency, new technologies that conserve energy. This not only saves you money, but improves the comfort of your home and lessens your impact on the environment.

ENERGY STAR for New Homes is a labelling program developed to identify houses that perform approximately 20 to 25% better, in terms of energy output, than standard building code houses.

Here are the tried and true energy saving features, which make your new living environment:

  • More Affordable to protect your pocketbook
  • More Durable to protect your investment
  • More Comfortable to protect your health and quality of life
  • More Sustainable to protect the environment
  • No more compromise
  • 10% mortgage loan insurance premium refund with CMHC insured financing
  • Validation of our leadership and innovation when it comes to establishing environmental practices and incorporating energy efficient measures

The Home of the Future.  It’s already here.

London’s first Net Zero home, Sifton’s Home of the Future was designed and constructed to generate as much energy as it will use over the course of a year. Through the use of advanced technologies, construction materials and building efficiencies, the Home of the Future is at least 15 years ahead of today’s building industry.

The Home of The Future maximizes the potential of natural elements such as sun, water and rain and minimizes the draw on resources needed for everyday life.

Energy Efficiency for Savings and Comfort

Energy Efficiency for Savings and Comfort

Purchasing a home represents the single largest investment most families will make in their lifetime. It can be a daunting task, with numerous things to consider, ranging from location to finances, and whether to purchase a resale or new home.

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