EXTERIOR STANDARD FEATURES
Poured concrete walls with damp proofing
2” x 6” exterior wall construction allowing R-28 insulation value
Engineered floor joists with quality 5/8” tongue and groove sub-flooring
5/8” Engineered sub-floor bonded to joists with commercial grade adhesive and screws
Insulation and vapor barrier in full compliance with the Ontario Building Code, plus homes to be wrapped with approved Air Barrier
Maintenance free aluminum products such as soffit, fascia, eaves trough & downspout
Roof sheathing to be a minimum 1/2” plywood with limited lifetime self-sealing asphalt shingles. Wrapped roof and metal valleys
Quality pre-engineered roof trusses
Brick and siding choices to be made from builder samples (site architectural control on building colours)
Basic builder lights installed throughout including exterior entrances and garage.
Outlets included for future garage door opener(s).
Two exterior receptacles, weather sealed and grouped (GFI).
All electrical trims (cover plates, switches and plugs) to be white.
EXTERIOR WINDOWS AND DOORS
Entry door(s) to be insulated, steel clad and to include brushed nickel
Solid vinyl windows throughout the home with mullion bars and thermopanes
Screens included on all operational windows and sliding doors
Steel sectional garage door(s) to be primed and painted at factory. Purchaser to choose from Builders samples
5’ sliding patio door as per plan
Pour in place basement windows with vinyl thermopanes (3 units standard)
All windows and doors to be positively sealed with caulking and weather stripping
Exterior trims and details to be primed, painted and sealed
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Range hood duct is 6"
Moen single lever faucets and American Standard white fixtures in all bathrooms
Under mounted doube stainless steel kitchen sink with Moen brushed nickel faucet from Builder’s sample
Main floor laundry with tub where applicable
Location for dishwasher roughed in for plumbing and electrical
Pressure balanced faucets in all showers and baths
HRV exhaust fans in all bathrooms
Stove exhaust fan with internal light
High efficiency natural gas furnace
Rental gas heater
Air Conditioning Unit
Two hundred amp service to circuit breaker panel as per plan
Standard outlet for washing machine, heavy duty outlets for dryer and stove
Copper wiring throughout the home and garage
Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors to be hard wired for family safety
Basic builder lights installed throughout, including exterior entrances and garage
Central vacuum system roughed in with a minimum of three outlets
Outlets included for future garage door opener(s)
Two exterior receptacles, weather sealed and grounded (GFI)
Pre-wired for three telephone outlets to go in living room, kitchen & master bedroom and two cable television receptacles to go in living room and master bedroom
All electrical trims (cover plates, switches and plugs) to be white
Décor switch plate covers
INTERIOR STANDARD FEATURES
9’ ceilings on all main floors, 8' ceilings on second storey levels
Vaulted or coffered ceilings in selected rooms as plans allow
Kitchen and bathroom cabinets to be chosen from Builder approved samples
Two-panel smooth hollow core interior doors with brushed nickel hardware
Paint grade Colonial style trim, 2 ¾” casing and 5” inch baseboard
Kitchen counter tops feature level 1 Quartz
Vinyl plank flooring throughout, to be chosen from Builder’s samples
Smooth finish ceilings throughout the home
Oak railings with clear coat varnish
Electric / wireless door bell at front entry door
8’ foot basement ceiling height
Closets include MDF shelf and rod and linen closets include MDF shelves
Lot to be fully graded for drainage protection, then sodded.
Driveway to have gravel base and paved surface
Precast concrete slab walkway from the sidewalk to the front entrance
Two exterior “Frost-Free” hose bibs
SELECTION OF FEATURES AND COLOURS
The builder will exercise architectural controls with regard to exterior colours in order to provide continuity in the streetscape as a whole.
The purchaser shall enjoy one free consultation with the builder’s design consultant to choose colours and materials from samples.
The builder is not responsible for any colour variances after selections have been made.