Buyer beware. The builder was not aware that he had to oversee the work of his trades!!!! I have a very defective house with major deficiencies contravening the Alberta Building Code and / or The Safety Act. I did stop the house construction and because of this I was able to have the basement plumbing rectified (my plumber had to supervised the builder's plumber to ascertain it was done correctly), the deck failure rectified and part of the structural problem. House needs a complete new roof; stucco must be redone; property grading, site drainage, attic insulation, air leakage are not up to code; the rough -in central air conditioner was located too close to a source of ignition (even after telling him to get expert help to do it properly re its location), deck stairs were a safety hazard. This builder did not know that for a central vacuum rough-in you need not only the pipes but you also need an electrical outlet!!!! The builder used an electrical plate to put on the sump pump hole!!!! so I don't know if the electrical plate is stopping the radon gas from escaping into the house. The builder left a big gaping hole on the side of the house (stucco) exposing the inners of the house to the winter elements. I paid for the temporary stucco fix. And this list is not comprehensive...there are more problems. 99% of these major deficiencies were discovered during construction but the builder ignored my home inspector, my other expert and me.