#1 Calgary Home Builder Win’s People’s Choice Award

August 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Cornerstone Homes Shows Why They’re Calgary’s #1 Home Builder With Distinguished Award Ceremony.

The Home Builders Association (HBA) of Calgary, AB is proud to announce the winner of the People’s Choice Award as the 63rd Annual Parade of Homes comes to a close. Although all of the homes were spectacular, parade visitors selected the Cornerstone Homes (Home #4) as their top choice. This incredible home has unbeatable 180-degree views for miles and was specifically designed to maximize how people want to live, work, relax, entertain and host overnight guests. Custom features and luxury finishes make this home a true show stopper. Features include: Master with private loft and balcony, floating staircase, hidden media room and attached casita. The home is 6,911 SQ. FT. / 5 Bed / 5.2 Baths / Wine Room /4-Car Garage.

“Congratulations to Justin Dallaire and the whole Cornerstone Homes team,” said Emily Blair, CEO of the Home Builders Association of Calgary, AB. “We heard so many positive comments for each of the homes this year. Attendees couldn’t say it enough – these were some of the best homes seen at Parades so far.”

Cornerstone Homes is a multi-award-winning custom home builder serving Calgary and area. Industry professionals already awarded Cornerstone Homes several awards for their Parade home, including Best Innovative Architectural Design, Best Unique Feature, and Best Master Suite.

About Cornerstone Homes

Strong in work ethic and stronger still in character, Cornerstone Homes founder Justin Dallaire is dedicated to his clients as he personally guides them through the building process. This concierge service is the key that will help anyone see their luxury dream home become a reality.

Through this process, clients will be paired to a hand-picked draftsperson to help envision the custom home. Then once the construction process begins, they will see the best craftsmen, designers and vendors work to make the stunning home take shape. All the while they are open to communicating with their client to make sure every detail is accounted for and included in the beautiful new home.

When looking at new homes in Alberta, people will find many luxury home builders, but few with the proven track record, a consistent A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and a 2014 SAM award winner and numerous SAM award nominations. Cornerstone Homes is also a proud Alberta Government licensed builder, a member of the Calgary Regional Home Builder’s Association and a member of the best warranty program in the province: The Alberta New Home Warranty Program. They have received ten consecutive years of service awards because they’re not just building a home, they’re building a legacy.

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For more information about Cornerstone Homes, contact the company here:

Cornerstone Homes
403-279-9190
3532 114 Avenue Southeast Calgary, AB T2Z 3V6

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