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With a newly built home, you'll reap the benefits of added spare time and money to live the life you've always wanted!
To discover why you should have a fresh start with a newly built home, click on the tiles below.

How will you enjoy the time you’ll save with a newly built home?

Picnic with the kids
Learn to paint
Take a yoga class
Family road trip
Go shopping


Media Room Addition $15,000 – $25,000
A New Deck Or Porch
$10,000 – $20,000
Living Room Addition $8,000 – $15,000
Family Room Addition $75,000 – $120,000

Newly built homes are designed to fit your lifestyle.

Live the life you want!

Benefit from the added spare time and cost savings with a newly built home and start living the life you’ve always wanted!

Which kitchen countertops would you choose for your newly built home?

Today’s Newest Communities integrate new design and amenities that improve your quality of life…



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This integrated home technology solution prides itself as the ultimate smart home automation solution. It helps make all of the electronic systems you already use on a daily basis work together, integrating everything from lighting, cooling/heating, music, security, video, and smart devices!


You’ve probably heard all about it — and how awesome it is to watch Avatar on. The 3D TV is one of the top home tech products that is widely available for purchase. It conveys depth perception to the viewer by employing techniques such as stereoscopic display, multi-view display, 2D-plus-depth, or any other form of 3D display — most use an active shutter 3D system or a polarized 3D system, and some are even auto-stereoscopic (without the need of the dorky glasses).

Lighting Control

Green around the gills? How about a little fuchsia to make you feel better? This realistic vision becomes a reality with digital lighting. Great for the holidays, and for all year round, a click of a remote will allow you to control colour and brightness of any room using LED technology. LED lights are also a money-saver, using less energy than regular bulbs.


Home security is bigger and better than ever this year. With the recent influx of technology options, and iSmartAlarm, comes the solution for homeowners who want to self-monitor their homes. Cameras, motion detectors, contact sensors for windows and doors, and other devices all communicate wirelessly to the “Cube” base unit. The base unit connects to the user’s smartphone for remote self-monitoring, which means the system won’t automatically call emergency services in case of a break-in or fire (thereby saving users the subscription fee), but iSmartAlarm does incorporate “panic” and “Call 911″ buttons as well.

Smart Thermostat

A smart thermostat is one of the highest rated thermostats for the home. They learn from your behaviours, allow you to control the climate in your home remotely, show you energy consumption in real-time, and can even adjust themselves based on ambient conditions like humidity. A smart thermostat can lower your heating and cooling bills up to 20%! Smart thermostats let you set the temperature and have the thermostat change it based on the time of day. From the remote interface, you can always see how much you’re spending on heating or cooling costs, tweak the programming so you save money, and see the results immediately.

Distributed Audio & Video

Do your kids ever get too rowdy? What if you could turn down their gaming systems or music with your cell phone from anywhere in the house? Distributed audio and video allows you to integrate and control multiple audio and video systems in every room of your home. Multi-zone audio and video distribution is one of the hottest new technologies in today’s homes.

Enjoy your customized home theatre.

Birthday Party
Backyard BBQ
Christmas Party
Baby Shower
Roughrider Football party
Thanksgiving Dinner
With a newly built home, you could be protected with new home warranty until July 17th, 2034



In 2013, one third of Canadian home owners were expected to spend, on average, $15,000 on home renovations. They most likely underestimated the cost and time of their renovation project to their existing home.
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2016 Top 5 Colour Trends

LUCITE GREENInterno vuoto da arredare

More oomph than mint, but still soft and liveable. Lucite Green will really pop when offset by complimentary hues of red and orange. Or layer it with shades of sea-foam and pale grey to create a serene colour palette.

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The red-brown hue of Marsala is warm and delicious, rich and robust. While once considered dowdy and dated, brown is beginning to be perceived as more luxurious thanks to indulgences like coffee, chocolate, toffee, and leather goods.


Custard is like a little beam of sunshine! More cheerful than beige, it’s still a great, “safe” colour for walls and a great backdrop for living rooms and kitchens.

red empty interior with a white doorSTRAWBERRY ICE

Slightly chalky and very on-trend, Strawberry Ice is a soft pastel pink that’s definitely not baby-ish. Introduce warm cocoa tones as an accent for a cozier feel.

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Toasted Almond is a beautiful beige hue with a subtle pink tint. Pair with coral and ivory to create a sophisticated and inviting sensation.