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Thinking of building new? The decision to build is a big one, but it can be one of the most gratifying experiences, if it’s done right. Creating a living space with all the features that mean the most to you and your family is the realization of your dream home. You’ll also have the benefits of the latest technologies and building science.

Artisan Contracting has been in the home renovating and building business for over 35 years. We build beautiful homes of sound construction and singular craftsmanship. Homes that will last for generations.

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But it is our skill in handling the process of building custom designed homes that sets us apart and ensures success. Our extensive design phase allows for the time necessary to understand and collaborate with our clients, developing smart designs that work in every way. Want to prevent delays and cost creep as the project progresses? Spend the time up front to plan your masterpiece. It may take a little longer during this phase, but it makes the difference between a smooth, timely build process and one that causes homeowners stress and disappointment.

We encourage you to look through our website pages to get an idea of how we work, browse our image galleries to see our past projects, and give us a call to discuss your dream home. We’re happy to meet and get to know each other as we begin to understand your vision.

Pro Planning Tip:

As important as good instincts are, it is essential that you still do all your homework when choosing a homebuilder. It is very difficult to change contractors part way through a project, so your initial decision needs to be the best one. It should be backed by reference checks and evidence of sound business and building practices. To get you started, check out our 10 Questions to Ask When Hiring a General Contractor and make use of the resources on the Canadian Home Builders’ Association website.

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