Is there a better way to build a home? The Stattonrock Construction team says yes!

Is there a better way to build a home? The Stattonrock Construction team says yes!

There’s a better way to build your home

Having design and build under one roof boosts creativity while saving time and money

Is there a better way to build a house?

That’s the question Dan Dueck asked himself and his Stattonrock Construction team.

With 10 years of award-winning custom building and renovation experience under his belt, Dan had a firm understanding of what was serving clients well, but wanted to know where homebuilding could be better.

The solution: Offer a complete design-build experience that calls on each team member’s unique knowledge and expertise from initial planning stage, says the Red Seal-certified carpenter and owner of Stattonrock Construction with wife and business development manager, Randi Dueck.

“For the client, having that knowledge in the design phase changes the way your home is drawn and designed,” Dan says. “We’ll prove there’s a better way to build your home, and It starts with the builder.”

Sharing the options and innovations

Having the builders’ input during design means timeline, building landscape and other environmental factors are all considered, Dan notes.

The depth of in-house knowledge also means clients are fully informed about current building codes, new products, net zero building options, sustainable energy, geothermal, healthy and smart home options.

“Most clients don’t know about the different building options available to them – they often think that a healthy, sustainable, smart home is out of their budget, but it’s not!”

It comes down to knowledge, but also willingness to learn.

“We’re always learning about new products, systems and smarter ways to build so we can pass that knowledge to our clients. Many builders today have one way to do it and don’t spend the time to research new, smarter and better ways to build. We make that a priority,” Dan says.

The power of technology

Top-of-the-line design software provides clients with a 3D, virtual reality design experience, making it easier to view, picture and “walk” through their home before it’s even built.

Cutting-edge technology also streamlines the building process, giving clients real-time project progress reports and financial information with daily budget analysis. With all communication saved and archived, there’s little room for errors or misunderstandings.

Down to work

Once planning is complete, one of Stattonrock’s Red Seal-certified project managers will execute the building process with quality, accuracy and efficiency.

Throughout the process, clients are supported by an in-house team of professionals to ensure the project is completed on schedule and on budget – meeting 100 per cent of clients’ expectations.

“It’s not about the money – we’re here to build better homes for our clients at an economical level while offering top-level service and expertise,” Dan says. “Our team is here to build your dream.”

“We want to make the building experience fun, exciting and enjoyable – eliminating unnecessary stress, questions and unknowns,” Dan says.

“If you’re thinking about building or renovating, come and visit us! We will prove there’s a better way to build your home.”


A better way to build starts with the builder, says Stattocrock’s Dan Dueck.

A better way to build starts with the builder, says Stattocrock’s Dan Dueck.

Today’s design software gives clients a 3D, virtual reality “tour” of their home before it’s even built.

Today’s design software gives clients a 3D, virtual reality “tour” of their home before it’s even built.

There’s a better way to build your home

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