Terra View Homes Named Green Builder of the Year by Guelph and District Home Builders’ Association

Terra View Homes is proud to announce that they have been named Green Builder of the Year by the Guelph and District Home Builders’ Association (GDHBA).

Since 1991,Terra View Homes has been a dedicated member of the GDHBA, a non-profit organization that supports residential construction businesses within Guelph through education, collaboration and recognition. GDHBA members gathered last month to celebrate the outstanding leadership and achievements of industry-leading professionals in the residential construction industry at their annual President’s Ball and Awards of Distinction Gala.

David Brix, President of Terra View Homes, accepted the Prestige Award on behalf of the company. “As pioneers of green home building practices in Canada, our goal is to build sustainable neighbourhoods and communities for generations to come. We are building towards a better future for all, and that’s what motivates us to continue innovating in this space,” said Brix. “It is an absolute honour to be recognized for our commitment to green building within our community.”

As a leading builder of new, custom and net-zero homes in Guelph and Southwestern Ontario, Terra View Homes was awarded for their leadership and developments in the green building sector. In the past year, Terra View Homes has begun construction on Guelph’s first Net-Zero Ready community, introduced plans for Canada’s first carbon-neutral condominium, and is set to break ground on Guelph’s most energy-efficient community to date this summer. Every Terra View home built is instrumental towards their mission of helping homeowners use less energy, diminish their carbon footprints and contribute directly to the fight against climate change.

Terra View Homes is honoured to be the 2020 recipient of this prestigious award. As GDHBA’s Green Builder of the Year, they look forward to expanding their green communities in the city of Guelph that will drive them closer towards their goal of reducing Canada’s residential carbon footprint.