Good Morning all! Yesterday we talked about a few advantages and disadvantages of rural living. Today we’re going to try digging into a few pros and cons of building your custom home in city limits. Again I don’t expect this to be an exhaustive list, but rather a simple list of observations from a Winnipeg […]Read More Benefits of Urban Living
Pros and Cons of being a country bumpkin!Read More Benefits of Rural Living
Good morning all! Lately the topic of Thanksgiving and thankfulness have been on my mind for some strange reason. Something about the fall weather? Something about my neighbour baking a pumpkin pie for me? I’m not quite sure. In the spirit of the season I’d like to post what I’m thankful for. I’m thankful first […]Read More Happy Thanksgiving
A very quick breakdown on siding options for your home.Read More Siding Choices
Good morning friends! Today I would like to dive into another aspect of who we are and how we do business. Today we will tackle the contract. There are two main types of contracts in the home building industry. 1) Fixed price and 2) Cost-plus contract. I want to briefly describe each and then go […]Read More A Primer on Contracts
Curious about Winnipeg growth fees? Here’s an article explaining the impact fees!Read More City of Winnipeg Growth and Impact Fees: Explained
Understanding window Lingo!Read More The Pane of Picking Windows
The fun and stress of building homes!Read More What to Expect When You’re Expecting… To Build!
Hi all, In today’s home building culture we often get asked about energy payoffs and costs of ownership. These are sometimes difficult questions to answer as there isn’t a plethora of information stating which upgrade pays off when. In some of our previous posts we’ve written about different aspects of a home build and why […]Read More Saving on Building Ownership Costs
Good morning all! How many of you have woken up cold on a winter night? In my case, that would be a great thing, I love the room cold. In my wife’s case that would be a bad start to a rough day! And if the problem is the furnace not doing what it was […]Read More It’s getting hot in here, I hope!