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Storm & Shingle Damage

Posted by Shelly W. on Mon, Feb 8, 2016

storm-and-shingle-damage-roof-image.pngWow! What a windy day on Saturday – with windspeeds of 54 km/hour and gusts of 90+ km/hour. Did you know that shingle installation is covered under warranty for wind speeds of up to 60 km/hour?

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Topics: alberta new home warranty program, service department

Seasonal Work: What Happens When Fall Comes?

Posted by Jennifer G. on Tue, Sep 30, 2014

seasonal-work-house-constructionIt’s not just that our tan is beginning to fade, but there’s an aroma of pumpkin spiced latte that reminds us that the changing of season is in the air. This is truer when it comes to home construction. While you were enjoying your time with your family at the lake, we’ve been busy trying to get all the details of your home completed before the end of the seasonal work term.

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Topics: buy a new home, seasonal, build a new home, service department

Service Department Versus Seasonal: Which One Are You Looking For?

Posted by Jennifer G. on Thu, Jun 26, 2014

service-department-versus-seasonalAt Pacesetter Homes we have different departments to handle different  aspects of building your new home. Before and during the build, our sales department is here to help you with deciding on the perfect home for you and your family and our construction department will build it. Then, after you have taken possession of your new home, our service and our seasonal departments are your points of contact. There can be a lot of confusion as to which department to contact with your questions so we thought we would try to help out with that!

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Topics: seasonal, service department

The Pacesetter Service Department: What You Need to Know

Posted by Jennifer G. on Tue, Apr 29, 2014

pacesetter-service-dept-what-you-need-to-knowIt takes time to finish every last detail in a home. A house is a complex system with many parts that all interact with each other. Sometimes you can only find the last pieces to complete after a homeowner has taken possession. In part this is because human beings build the complex system of a house, which means that every house is subject to the mistakes people can make from time to time.  This is when a service call becomes necessary. 

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Topics: pacesetter homes, service department, mortgage and financial

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