There’s no doubt that climate change and tapped-out fossil fuel supplies are presenting challenges that our forebears never imagined. In such times, we need to build for resilience. During extreme weather (or seismic) events, will your house keep you warm, dry and safe? [Read more…]
Archives for January 2015
BUSINESS PROFILE – Building With The Web
By David Carrigg
Nelson Daily News Correspondent
The awesome potential of the Internet to help small businesses widen their market and increase sales is being tested by local architectural designer John Gower. [Read more…]
Both outside and in, we think our home designs offer qualities and features that are not generally found in other stock plans. The most noticeable thing is that our homes accomplish more – more bedrooms, and more useable living area – with less overall square footage than other conventional homes on the market.
Because we draw our design inspiration largely from enduring classics such as the shingle, craftsman, and prairie styles, the architecture of each BC Mountain Home is timeless, and presuming regular maintenance will continue to look ageless 10, 20, or 50 years from now. [Read more…]