Churchill Avenue   A contemporary four-bedroom home in North York that's fitted with photovoltaic solar panels, a roof-top solar water heater, LED lighting and a commercial grade ventilation system that can be set to regulate temperatures in individual rooms, designed to approach producing more energy than it uses.  The ground floor is made from thick polished concrete, a large "thermal mass" that will also reduce heating bills by absorbing heat and cold air and passively regulating it throughout. The house also faces south which makes use for overhangs and natural light to further regulate interior temperatures.
       
     
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  Churchill Avenue   A contemporary four-bedroom home in North York that's fitted with photovoltaic solar panels, a roof-top solar water heater, LED lighting and a commercial grade ventilation system that can be set to regulate temperatures in individual rooms, designed to approach producing more energy than it uses.  The ground floor is made from thick polished concrete, a large "thermal mass" that will also reduce heating bills by absorbing heat and cold air and passively regulating it throughout. The house also faces south which makes use for overhangs and natural light to further regulate interior temperatures.
       
     

Churchill Avenue

A contemporary four-bedroom home in North York that's fitted with photovoltaic solar panels, a roof-top solar water heater, LED lighting and a commercial grade ventilation system that can be set to regulate temperatures in individual rooms, designed to approach producing more energy than it uses.

The ground floor is made from thick polished concrete, a large "thermal mass" that will also reduce heating bills by absorbing heat and cold air and passively regulating it throughout. The house also faces south which makes use for overhangs and natural light to further regulate interior temperatures.

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