Building your dream home

Once you've purchased your dream property, it's time to partner with a home builder you can trust. While you're welcome to select your own builder, we have a few suggestions you may want to consider.

Evermore Homes

EvermoreEvermore Homes is a specialty home builder serving Saskatoon and area since 2005. Founded by Tamara and Roger Bell, who started building homes in 2000, Evermore Homes builds quality, custom homes based on innovation, sustainability, and attention to detail. They are a Vereco Licensed Builder and are Energy Star Certified. They are well-versed in building beautiful homes at Sarilia Country Estates and have a proven record of treading lightly in the river valley.

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Zak's Building

Zak's BuildingZak's ready-to-move (RTM) homes and cottages are custom built - every time. Their talented team works with clients through every detail of their project. From on-site/on-time scheduling, through to "built to suit" design, Zak's is committed to ensuring your dream home is built to your standards.

See the Sarilia pre-approved house plans by Zak's.

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Lexis Homes

Lexis HomesLexis' niche is catering to clients who want to escape the world of cookie-cutter homes. They've chosen this specialty because they feel there is a lack of creativity in home building and they are personally inspired to build original, unique homes. The team at Lexis wants to be just as proud of their homes as you are.

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VerecoRonn Lepage launched Vereco homes to help people design and build smart green homes. Having recently completed a masters of science in environmental strategy at the University of Saskatchewan, Ronn's research focused on the adoption of Net Zero technologies in residential housing. Vereco believes that smart (economical) green (environmentally friendly) homes will make the world a better place.

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Still need some help selecting a builder who's right for you? Contact Gwen at (306) 222-9789 for more information about building in the river valley.

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