Residential housing awards – is your house an award winner?

The Canadian Home Builders Association Rocky Mountain are hosting their 1st Annual Residential Housing Awards.

  • Jul. 31, 2013 9:00 a.m.

Enter your new home for a residential housing award.

The Fernie Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Home Builders Association Rocky Mountain are hosting their 1st Annual Residential Housing Awards.

If you have built a home or done a renovation in the Elk Valley (Koocanusa to Elkford) then you can enter for your chance to win the prestigious award and to be recognized amongst your peers and future clients.

The categories are for the best new home under $500,000, the best new home over $500,000, the best new built green home and the best renovation under $80,000.

Entry closes on September 20 and judging takes place on September 21, with awards being handed out on October 24.

For more information contact Sharrie Paulsen at the Canadian Home Builders Association at 250-464-0190 or visit

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