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www.lhdinteriors.comLinzie Heffernan Interior Design

505 Duncan Avenue
Courtenay, BC
Linzie Heffernan Interior Design

Linzie Heffernan is a Comox Valley-based interior designer. Linzie has recently purchased long time local interior designer Judith Moore’s Courtenay business. The new location for Linzie Heffernan Interior Design is 367 4th Street, Courtenay.

Linzie works with several custom home builders and residential clients, with a specialization in single-family luxury and high-end homes. She also works on townhouse and multi-family projects. 

Linzie Heffernan Interior Design can help with:

Color consultations
Architectural drawings
Project management
Full-scale design for new homes
Remodeling or redesign
Space planning and Furniture design

Linzie is available to meet clients who require interior design services. Call for a consultation for renovation and new builds in Courtenay, Comox, Cumberland, the Comox Valley, Gulf Islands, Tofino and on Vanouver Island.

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info.tda.caThomas Dishlevoy Architecture Ltd.

Tom Dishlevoy
TDA Comox Valley Architect

Thomas Dishlevoy Architecture Ltd in the Comox Valley  is a LEED ® accredited Architect and Living Building Challenge ® ambassador. He has recently achieved certification as a Passive House Designer. Established in 1995, and serving the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island since 1998, Thomas Dishlevoy Architecture Ltd. supplies archtiectural services for:

  • Passive House Design 
  • Residential, commercial and institutional buildings
  • Renovations, additions 
  • Heritage restoration
  • Building envelope repairs and upgrades
  • Green Buildings, LEED and Living Buildings
  • Development Master Planning
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Programming and Cost Estimating

Tom has a passion for sustainable, energy efficient buildings and fully supports the introduction of the BC Energy Step Code into the BC Building Code.  The Step Code provides a pathway for all local municipalities to incrementally increase the energy performance of all their new buildings at their own pace. By the year 2030 all new buildings would be approved at Step Code Level 5, and capable of achieving a Net Zero energy use.  A Net Zero building uses such a small amount of energy for its heating and equipment that a very small amount of renewable energy produced by solar panels would see the building actually produce more energy than it uses.

Tom Dishlevoy, an accredited Passive House designer is located in Comox, on Vancouver Island, would love to talk to you about any aspect of a passive house design for new homes or buildings.

Studio -1819 Beaufort Avenue, Comox, BC V9M 1R9
P: 250.339.9528 M: 250.650.4777  E:

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Office Phone: 250-338-5466

Courtenay, British Columbia