New Home designs are judged on curb appeal, foyer, kitchen, great room, ensuite (or main bath), special features, overall impression, and value per square foot.
Two-storey/split level describes a home with 2 or more levels above ground; bungalow/bi-level describes a home with one level above grade.
Up to 1100 sq. ft
Sponsored by Aztec Masonry & Landscaping
1101-1250 sq. ft. two-story/split level
Sponsored by Challenger Building Supplies
1101-1250 sq. ft. bungalow/bi-level
Sponsored by Timber Tech Truss Ltd.
Model: The Willowdale
1251-1400 sq. ft two-story/split level
Sponsored by Kodiak Mountain Stone
Model: The Meier
1251-1400 sq.ft. bungalow/bi-level
Sponsored by Omega Flooring
Model: The Valencia
1401-1500 sq. ft.
Sponsored by The Ensuite, A division of EMCO Corp.
1501-1700 sq. ft. two-story/split level
Sponsored by 2R Inc./Lethbridge Living
Model: The Gehry II
1551-1700 sq. ft. bungalow/ bi-level
Sponsored by Logic Lumber
Model: The Lacey 1662
1701-1850 sq. ft. two-story/split level
Sponsored by Durabuilt Windows and Doors
1701-1850 sq. ft. bungalow/ bi-level
Sponsored by Anako Construction
Model: Zimmerman Residence
1851- 2000 sq. ft.
Sponsored by Bethel Windows and Doors
Model: The Kavanaugh
2001-2600 sq. ft.
Sponsored by Zero Gravity Cranes & Rigging
Model: The Lancaster
2601 sq. ft. and over
Sponsored by Melcor Developments
Model: The Hildebrand