How We Are Adding Curb Appeal to New Homes in Regina


In every new home in Regina that we build, we aim for the feeling of luxury to be perceived. This feeling starts at the beginning of the driveway. It is why we add an emphasis to curb appeal to our new homes in Regina. We have found that including an aesthetically appealing exterior to our new homes in Regina, enhances the overall appearance and exclusivity of the neighbourhoods that we build in as well: The Creeks, The Towns, Lakeridge Addition—to name a few.

Here are some notable details that we prioritize when it comes to adding curb appeal to new homes in Regina:

Interlocking brick driveway – All of our homes feature a custom interlocking brick driveway that will instantly set an Ultima Homes house apart from other new homes in Regina.

High-end building materials – Craft chiselled stones, iron spot velour brick and smooth acrylic stucco are a few of the high-end materials used to complete the exterior of an Ultima Home and add curb appeal to our new homes in Regina.

High-end light fixtures – We proudly support Richardson Lighting Regina and the superb job that they do with installing their product. Carefully selected, high-end light fixtures on the exterior of the home not only have functional benefits, but can magnify the luxurious image of our new homes in Regina.

Double Door Entryway – A feature that can be included in any of Ultima Homes custom builds. Our houses that are constructed with double door entryways have slightly wider front steps as well, adding to the home’s feeling of grandeur and strengthening its curb appeal.

High peaks – Nothing screams luxury, the way a high-peak front entrance does. We aim to include this in all of our new homes in Regina.

We are adding curb appeal to new homes in Regina one build at a time. Let us help you with your new home in Regina by contacting us.

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