Infill Home Builders in Edmonton
When choosing an Infill home builder in Edmonton, you need to find the right team to help you develop the home of your dreams. Timber Haus is here to take you from the initial design to handing you the keys – all while keeping the process fun and stress-free. From the design phase to your possession day, you will be blown away by our professionalism, customer service and attention to detail.
Edmonton’s Top Rated Infill Home Builder
Building a home in a mature neighbourhood has many incredible benefits!
Many people build an infill custom home in Edmonton to live closer to the city center. Mature neighbourhoods can offer you many advantages, such as closer access to the schools you would like your children to attend, restaurants you would like to enjoy, or Edmonton’s fantastic river valley! Our Team of experienced infill builders knows how to make this process fast and easy.
Our free consultation is a great way to see if we are a good fit for one another. Whether you are in the early stages of gathering information or are almost ready to make your decision, our Team is here to assist you in any way possible. Feel free to get in touch anytime with questions!
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Timber Haus offers free initial consultations to see if we are a good fit for one another. Our risk-free design phase is an excellent way for you to get to know our Team and experience our fantastic customer service first-hand before committing to your build. Feel free to check out what more of our clients have to say about us:
How to Get Started.
- How much does it cost to build an infill home?
Timber Haus is a custom builder. As such, your home’s final cost depends mainly on the design and finish selections you make. Infill homes typically start in the mid 300’s and go up from there.
- Can I subdivide my lot?
Typically, you can always subdivide your lot. What sizes will depend on what the mature overlay plan for the City of Edmonton defines and what you intend to build. One important thing to remember is that all homes must have a minimum 4’ side yard for single-family homes, so you typically would lose 8’ per subdivision in the home’s width. One of the most common sizes of lots in mature neighbourhoods is 50’ x 150’. This would mean that you can subdivide into two 25’ lots, and each house would be 17’ wide.
- Can I put a garden suite on my lot?
There’s more work to do for Garden suites to see if it can happen. We’ll need to know the site and discuss the kind of garden suite you’d like, the size, and the overall goals. This way, we can advise you accordingly.
The City of Edmonton permits do not have a set timeline for issuance and have seasonal trends. For example, springtime is when many will start to build, so the city gets flooded with permit applications. Time-wise, it can be anywhere from two weeks to two months. The complexities can happen if you apply for a variance and what that involves. Technically, you could do it yourself if you’ve got the complete permitting package ready. Still, there are nuances that we, as a builder, will be aware of and know how to navigate.