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GEO–THERMAL
Energy & Sustainability
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Reduce Emissions by
277 tonnes-CO2e,
equivalent to:
60
Standard Passenger
Vehicles off the Road
Reduce Emissions by
277 tonnes-CO2e,
equivalent to:
150
Trees Planted

Reduce Energy consumption
by 1,664-MWh,
equivalent to:
204,621
20 Minute Hot Showers
Reduce Water consumption
by 2,288,241-L,
equivalent to:
15,255
Loads of Laundry

Powered by the planet

EverHome Markham uses eco-friendly geothermal energy for heating and cooling. Geothermal is a zero-emission system that harnesses heat from the earth as a source for sustainable, renewable and remarkably affordable energy.

Pipes are drilled deep into the ground, past the frost line, and acquire energy from the earth that’s always at a steady, warm temperature. It’s the perfect power source – clean, constant and inexpensive. It reduces the need for fossil fuels and electricity, cutting out harmful greenhouse gases. And unlike wind and solar, it provides constant heat, so you can always depend on it.

Geothermal also costs less to generate than other types of power. By tapping into the earth’s natural heat, you don’t have to worry about fluctuating energy prices – or your carbon footprint.

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Naturally cool

A green roof improves the building’s thermal efficiency, reducing the need for A/C in the summer. It also cuts down on airborne pollutants and keeps warm water out of local streams, which means less stress on vital ecosystems that surround EverHome Markham.

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Let it rain! Let it rain!

As an environmentally-responsible community, Everhome Markham collects the rainwater with the intention to irrigate the numerous areas in the central green courtyard. It helps reduce stormwater runoff and decreases the burden on the City’s existing drainage system. The system also has the potential to be adapted as back-up water source if needed in case of emergency.

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Clear benefits

Large, expansive windows with Low-E glass reflect heat back to its source, which keeps things cooler in summer and warmer in winter. They also block harmful UV rays, so you can keep your rooms sunny and bright without worrying about damage to your skin – or its fading effects on furniture.

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LEEDing the way with sustainable living

The City of Markham requires that all new developments pass LEED® certification, which means ensuring energy efficiency and air quality, using sustainable building materials, providing access to public transportation and focusing on responsible land use.

Everhome Markham has met and exceeded all of those requirements with abundant green space, geothermal heating and cooling, green roofs to reduce heat island effect, charging stations for vehicles and bikes, bicycle parking at grade, waste reduction strategies, light sensors for all common areas and energy-efficient, sustainably-sourced building materials. EverHome will be targeting Silver LEED® standards as a minimum.

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Get around

You’ve got easy access to YRT and TTC Transit stops, and EverHome is just minutes from one of three GO Stations: Mount Joy, Centennial and Markham.

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Charge up your electric wheels

Electric vehicles cut down on both harmful emissions and noise – and we encourage residents to “drive clean” by offering multiple charging stations for electric cars, bikes, skate boards and scooters.

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Cycle more

An easy-to-access main floor storage area makes it easy to go for a ride instead of driving, and the repair station has everything you need to pump up tires, oil gears and more.

Close
Charge up your electric wheels

Electric vehicles cut down on both harmful emissions and noise – and we encourage residents to “drive clean” by offering multiple charging stations for electric cars, bikes, skate boards and scooters.

Close
GREEN ROOF
RAINWATER HARVESTING
DOUBLE PANE
LOW-E WINDOWS
Silver Certification
TRANSIT HUB
ELECTRIC CHARGING
Bike Repair Station
E-Bike/Scooter Charging
GEO–THERMAL
Energy & Sustainability
Reduce Emissions by
277 tonnes-CO2e,
equivalent to:
60
Standard Passenger
Vehicles off the Road
Reduce Emissions by
277 tonnes-CO2e,
equivalent to:
150
Trees Planted

Reduce Energy consumption
by 1,664-MWh,
equivalent to:
204,621
20 Minute Hot Showers
Reduce Water consumption
by 2,288,241-L,
equivalent to:
15,255
Loads of Laundry

Powered by the planet

EverHome Markham uses eco-friendly geothermal energy for heating and cooling. Geothermal is a zero-emission system that harnesses heat from the earth as a source for sustainable, renewable and remarkably affordable energy.

Pipes are drilled deep into the ground, past the frost line, and acquire energy from the earth that’s always at a steady, warm temperature. It’s the perfect power source – clean, constant and inexpensive. It reduces the need for fossil fuels and electricity, cutting out harmful greenhouse gases. And unlike wind and solar, it provides constant heat, so you can always depend on it.

Geothermal also costs less to generate than other types of power. By tapping into the earth’s natural heat, you don’t have to worry about fluctuating energy prices – or your carbon footprint.

close
Naturally cool

A green roof improves the building’s thermal efficiency, reducing the need for A/C in the summer. It also cuts down on airborne pollutants and keeps warm water out of local streams, which means less stress on vital ecosystems that surround EverHome Markham.

Close
Let it rain! Let it rain!

As an environmentally-responsible community, Everhome Markham collects the rainwater with the intention to irrigate the numerous areas in the central green courtyard. It helps reduce stormwater runoff and decreases the burden on the City’s existing drainage system. The system also has the potential to be adapted as back-up water source if needed in case of emergency.

Close
Clear benefits

Large, expansive windows with Low-E glass reflect heat back to its source, which keeps things cooler in summer and warmer in winter. They also block harmful UV rays, so you can keep your rooms sunny and bright without worrying about damage to your skin – or its fading effects on furniture.

Close
LEEDing the way with sustainable living

The City of Markham requires that all new developments pass LEED® certification, which means ensuring energy efficiency and air quality, using sustainable building materials, providing access to public transportation and focusing on responsible land use.

Everhome Markham has met and exceeded all of those requirements with abundant green space, geothermal heating and cooling, green roofs to reduce heat island effect, charging stations for vehicles and bikes, bicycle parking at grade, waste reduction strategies, light sensors for all common areas and energy-efficient, sustainably-sourced building materials. EverHome will be targeting Silver LEED® standards as a minimum.

Close
Get around

You’ve got easy access to YRT and TTC Transit stops, and EverHome is just minutes from one of three GO Stations: Mount Joy, Centennial and Markham.

Close
Charge up your electric wheels

Electric vehicles cut down on both harmful emissions and noise – and we encourage residents to “drive clean” by offering multiple charging stations for electric cars, bikes, skate boards and scooters.

Close
Cycle more

An easy-to-access main floor storage area makes it easy to go for a ride instead of driving, and the repair station has everything you need to pump up tires, oil gears and more.

Close
Charge up your electric wheels

Electric vehicles cut down on both harmful emissions and noise – and we encourage residents to “drive clean” by offering multiple charging stations for electric cars, bikes, skate boards and scooters.

Close
GREEN ROOF
RAINWATER HARVESTING
DOUBLE PANE
LOW-E WINDOWS
Silver Certification
TRANSIT HUB
ELECTRIC CHARGING
Bike Repair Station
E-Bike/Scooter Charging
GEO–THERMAL
 
Energy & Sustainability
Reduce Emissions by
277 tonnes-CO2e,
equivalent to:
60
Standard Passenger
Vehicles off the Road
Reduce Emissions by
277 tonnes-CO2e,
equivalent to:
150
Trees Planted

Reduce Energy consumption
by 1,664-MWh,
equivalent to:
204,621
20 Minute Hot Showers
Reduce Water consumption
by 2,288,241-L,
equivalent to:
15,255
Loads of Laundry

Powered by the planet

EverHome Markham uses eco-friendly geothermal energy for heating and cooling. Geothermal is a zero-emission system that harnesses heat from the earth as a source for sustainable, renewable and remarkably affordable energy.

Pipes are drilled deep into the ground, past the frost line, and acquire energy from the earth that’s always at a steady, warm temperature. It’s the perfect power source – clean, constant and inexpensive. It reduces the need for fossil fuels and electricity, cutting out harmful greenhouse gases. And unlike wind and solar, it provides constant heat, so you can always depend on it.

Geothermal also costs less to generate than other types of power. By tapping into the earth’s natural heat, you don’t have to worry about fluctuating energy prices – or your carbon footprint.

close
Naturally cool

A green roof improves the building’s thermal efficiency, reducing the need for A/C in the summer. It also cuts down on airborne pollutants and keeps warm water out of local streams, which means less stress on vital ecosystems that surround EverHome Markham.

Close
Let it rain! Let it rain!

As an environmentally-responsible community, Everhome Markham collects the rainwater with the intention to irrigate the numerous areas in the central green courtyard. It helps reduce stormwater runoff and decreases the burden on the City’s existing drainage system. The system also has the potential to be adapted as back-up water source if needed in case of emergency.

Close
Clear benefits

Large, expansive windows with Low-E glass reflect heat back to its source, which keeps things cooler in summer and warmer in winter. They also block harmful UV rays, so you can keep your rooms sunny and bright without worrying about damage to your skin – or its fading effects on furniture.

Close
LEEDing the way with sustainable living

The City of Markham requires that all new developments pass LEED® certification, which means ensuring energy efficiency and air quality, using sustainable building materials, providing access to public transportation and focusing on responsible land use.

Everhome Markham has met and exceeded all of those requirements with abundant green space, geothermal heating and cooling, green roofs to reduce heat island effect, charging stations for vehicles and bikes, bicycle parking at grade, waste reduction strategies, light sensors for all common areas and energy-efficient, sustainably-sourced building materials. EverHome will be targeting Silver LEED® standards as a minimum.

Close
Get around

You’ve got easy access to YRT and TTC Transit stops, and EverHome is just minutes from one of three GO Stations: Mount Joy, Centennial and Markham.

Close
Charge up your electric wheels

Electric vehicles cut down on both harmful emissions and noise – and we encourage residents to “drive clean” by offering multiple charging stations for electric cars, bikes, skate boards and scooters.

Close
Cycle more

An easy-to-access main floor storage area makes it easy to go for a ride instead of driving, and the repair station has everything you need to pump up tires, oil gears and more.

Close
Charge up your electric wheels

Electric vehicles cut down on both harmful emissions and noise – and we encourage residents to “drive clean” by offering multiple charging stations for electric cars, bikes, skate boards and scooters.

Close
GREEN ROOF
RAINWATER HARVESTING
DOUBLE PANE
LOW-E WINDOWS
Silver Certification
TRANSIT HUB
ELECTRIC CHARGING
Bike Repair Station
E-Bike/Scooter Charging