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Calgary’s 5 Most Popular New Home Ensuite Upgrades [New Research]

Bathrooms should be the most functional room in your home, and the master bathroom (aka ensuite) is one of the most desirable features for resale value. They’re also one of the most expensive rooms to renovate later, so it’s important to get it right the first time.

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Calgary’s 5 Most Popular New Home Kitchen Upgrades [New Research]

Building a new home comes with choice. It’s not always easy deciding what features and finishes to upgrade from a builder’s standard specifications. To help you out, we have gone through our database to find the most popular upgrades and specifications that customers asked for.

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Questions to Ask a Calgary New Home Builder – Can I Make Changes?

You may think we’ve covered everything about changes in our last post. Here we’re talking about more extensive changes and customizations. This may seem like a small nuance, but some of these types of changes can make a BIG difference to your new home.

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How Calgary Homes Can Go Plastic-Free

Thinking about participating in Plastic Free July? But, you’re not really sure where to begin? Fear not. We’ve got some helpful tips to transform your home.

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Questions to Ask a Calgary New Home Builder – Spec Sheets, Upgrades and Customization

When walking through a showhome, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of building your dream home. Each home has a distinct look and unique flair.

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How to Setup a Backyard Barbecue in Calgary

May is the start of barbecue season, so it’s only fitting that it’s also Barbecue month! With the return of warmer weather to Calgary, it’s time to fire up those grills and celebrate the wonders of BBQ in Southern Alberta.

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Understanding Arts & Crafts, Colonial, Contemporary, Farmhouse and Prairie Elevations in Calgary

On your home building journey, you'll likely encounter the term "elevation," and unless you're involved in the home building industry or had architectural drawings done before, then you probably don't understand what it means. The easiest way to think about an elevation is as a drawing of the exterior style of the outside of the home you're building. It allows you to see the design and what building materials will go on different parts of your new home. It's essentially your first impression and curb-appeal of your new home.

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