There’s an extra special reason why we’re happy about this decision though and it’s not just because the TELUS Garden building is being billed as an architectural icon. Our luxury products are sought out worldwide by architects so we’re familiar with being included in architectural feats. We’re happy because like the TELUS Garden building, our products are also sustainable.
For starters, we make our concrete with post-industrial waste materials like fly ash and silica that would otherwise be landfill. As for our carbon footprint, we strive to keep it low so largely use locally sourced and manufactured materials cutting down on greenhouse gas emissions from transport . As for energy consumed, our products take very little to produce, in fact, most of the energy used is human powered. And with regards to the curing of our products, they’re cured at ambient temperatures, reducing the need for super heating. Our products off gas nothing more than trace amounts of water and we reuse wash water and all packing materials. We could go on but it’d be easier for you to read our complete sustainability practices.
We look forward to providing warmth in a beautiful environment to those visiting this rooftop deck throughout the year.