SOSNA Named as Finalist in the 2023 Canadian Home Builders’ Association National Awards for Housing Excellence

This just in!  Sosna Inc. is a finalist in the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) National Awards for Housing Excellence for Best Whole Home Renovation – under $200,000.

The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) is the voice of the residential construction industry in Canada, representing some 9,000 member firms across the country. Membership in the CHBA includes new home builders, renovators, developers, trade contractors, building material manufacturers and suppliers, lenders, and other professionals in the housing sector.

Nearly 800 entries were submitted from across the country into 48 different categories designed to encompass the variety of homes built and renovated in Canada, at various sizes and price points, from single-family homes to mid/high-rises for both rental and ownership, and including specialty categories for Net Zero Homes and entry-level homes. This year, almost 150 industry experts reviewed entries, judging submissions by images, floor/site plans, and project descriptions. 

Renovation projects were reviewed based on the following criteria:

How the renovation meets the goals of the homeowner

How the renovation provides increased energy efficiency, comfort and health benefits to the homeowner

the creative use of space and functionality of the renovation, as well as its integration with the rest of the home. 

Challenges and how they were overcome

Unique design elements

It’s one thing to receive praise from our clients; it’s another to be recognized among our peers.  

We are so very proud of this accomplishment and know we wouldn’t be here without the commitment and craftsmanship of our team and the partnerships we forge with our clients.

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