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Geoexchange System for 70 Home Community in British Columbia

A new custom-built, luxury home subdivision called Diamondview Estates will be built in Okanagan Valley of British Columbia using geothermal energy to heat and cool the homes. The Essential Innovations geoexchange technology heats and cools the house by using the earth's own thermal energy just below the surface or in large bodies of water.

Diamondview Estates will comprise 70 luxury style custom-built homes located within a gated community, overlooking Okanagan Lake and the City of Kelowna in the beautiful Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, Canada. Diamondview Estates boasts a 75-foot cascading waterfall feature on site to complement the already breathtaking panoramic view lots.

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