As part of the Winton experience we want you to have the most accurate reflection of the costs associated with your unique project. Location, the foundation, snow load requirements, exterior finishes, your design or Winton stock design all play a factor in costs. It’s easy to get a customized estimate, simply complete a contact form and you will receive the information you’re looking for based on what you share about your project.
Our mission is to make the experience of buying, designing and building less stressful and efficient. When you choose Winton you get the highest quality home package and guidance and experience from a dedicated team of professional sales and design consultants, architectural/home designers, procurement, project management, coordination and shipping. We’ll go out of our way to ensure you’ll feel right at home with us.
Walls, floor system, engineered roof trusses, zone rated doors and windows, siding, roofing material, soffits, fascia, deck members, decking and fasteners and any other finishing material required. Everything you need to reach the important lock-up stage.
Well, you’ve come to the right place. Winton has developed the WINTON PROLINE for customers looking to achieve a higher energy efficiency standard and build to Net-Zero and Passive House standards. Talk it over with one of our knowledgeable Sales and Design Consultants.
Perfect! We’ll sit down with you and listen to what changes would make our design better suited to your needs and create the perfect final plan for you.
Absolutely! Our in-house design team are experts in their field and can create the blueprints necessary from third party plans. We’ve even been known to take napkin sketches and turn them into actual building components and dream homes.
Unless you’re an owner builder the answer is, yes. We work with you on the design and give you the blueprints, a builder will need to put in the foundation and stand your home package. The plumbing, mechanical, electrical, flooring and interior finishing are required through sub-trades or a general contractor. Let us know if you need help finding resources.
You bet! Check with your local building authority before beginning any new construction. We can tell that your home will be built to meet or exceed the National Building Code of Canada for your area.
Modular homes fall under the prefab umbrella because they too are built in a factory setting but are prefinished separate sections that join together to form a whole. Winton Homes & Cottages approach is panelized or factory framed home packages. Once the components are built in our climate controlled factory, we lay them flat and stack them in construction order on a flat bed truck.
Instead of pre built sections arriving on site, your components arrive with full structural integrity because they haven’t had to endure transportation the same way as modular. Customers have more control over how the home goes together and how the home is finished on the inside. These factors often contribute to appreciating resale value.
No. Foundation options is something you will want to discuss with your contractor and local building authority. We can offer advice and point you in the right direction.
You or your contractor are responsible for making arrangements. We recommend between 4-6 strong, able bodied people and equipment like a crane, hiab, forklift with 8 ft. fork extensions, or zoom-boom capable of lifting 5,000 lbs.
Depending on the skill, how many people you have to help and the complexity of the home package, unloading can take anywhere from 2 hrs. - 5 hrs. Your Coordinator can offer recommendations based on your project size.
It depends on the size of your home and how much time you as the owner builder or your builder can dedicate to the project. A general timeline to reach a weather-tight lock-up structure ranges from a few weeks to a few months. Some people can get it done in as little as a few days. The interior finishing will depend on the sub-trades schedules.