Housing Market Information Portal
Recycle: Lifecycle — How to Renovate for Change
This study examines how to renovate housing in a way which facilitates future adaptation, in order to allow people to live as long as possible in the building with minimum modification. Based on actual renovations carried out in Vancouver, it is a generalist document, and addresses such issues as design criteria to consider and the accompanying costs. By carefully exploring all the possible ways an adaptable home can be created, most homeowners should be able to recycle their existing homes.
Logement adaptable et cycle de vie – Comment rénover une maison en fonction de l'avenir
Questions? Call 1-800-668-2642
©1996-2019 CMHC-SCHL |
Terms and Conditions for Purchasing
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation | Suite 1000, 700 Montreal Rd. | Ottawa, ON | K1A 0P7 | 1-800-668-2642 | Fax: 1-800-245-9274