The Unique Elevations show home at 40 Ellington in Evergreen is full of custom details for glamour and comfort. Choose your floorplan at!

The Unique Elevations show home at 40 Ellington in Evergreen is full of custom details for glamour and comfort. Choose your floorplan at!

Custom comfort: with a new home, every detail is perfect for you

A tailored suit or dress offers superior comfort, fit and style… a tailored home does the same!

Custom tile, custom storage, custom blinds, even custom railings. Like a well-tailored suit, a custom house built for you just… works.

If you want to get a sense of the Unique Elevations custom style, just check out their two storey show home at 40 Ellington Cres. in Evergreen, Red Deer, the bi-level home under construction at 29 Aztec St. in Blackfalds, or the nearly-complete bi-level home at 15 Victor Close in Sylvan Lake. Like that tailored suit, these homes’ curb-appeal is red-carpet-ready — but it’s the thoughtful details inside that really set them apart.

Every Unique Elevations home is comfortable, unique and inspiring:

  • Comfortable, with well-planned design that supports families as they really live. Keep the kids’ snowsuits contained in a sunken mudroom with built-in benches and convenient storage. Manage bathroom clutter with custom cabinets in all the right places, and opt for dual-vanity sinks in the primary bath. Plan your backyard BBQs now, with a composite deck ready to go, a gas line already installed, landscaping complete and a fire pit.
  • Unique, with custom cabinetry and bold tile accents and modern finishes.
  • Inspiring, with spacious, convenient kitchens to inspire quarantine cooking, and a laundry room so organized you might even look forward to getting your washing done!
Start from scratch, or move into this brand new Unique Elevations home at 15 Victor Close in Sylvan Lake!

Start from scratch, or move into this brand new Unique Elevations home at 15 Victor Close in Sylvan Lake!

Unique Elevations builds homes in Red Deer and surrounding communities including Sylvan Lake, Penhold, Blackfalds and Lacombe. You choose the floor plan, you choose the appliances, countertops, lighting, plumbing fixtures, wall colours and flooring — or opt for an immediate possession home to move in sooner!

Unique Elevations is committed to advanced technology and energy efficiency, so your new home will have excellent air quality, health and safety. If you buy a second-hand home you’ll expect to shell out for a new roof, better windows, replacing a water tank or other unexpected repairs. With Unique Elevations all that worry is removed — every home comes with a 10-year Progressive New Home Warranty.

Old homes come with old quirks, but when you build a custom home with Unique Elevations you’ll move in with all the latest 2021 technology — smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, tamper-resistant plugs, fresh air intake fans, modern spray foam insulation and other modern advancements.

Browse floor plans at, or soak up some inspiration on the Unique Elevations Facebook and Instagram pages. Interested in moving into one of the quick possession homes? Call or text Doreen Carey at 403-588-7776 or email

Custom tile, custom cabinets, custom countertops and other thoughtful details make new Unique Elevations houses feel like home!

Custom tile, custom cabinets, custom countertops and other thoughtful details make new Unique Elevations houses feel like home!

ConstructionHome & Gardenhome sales

Just Posted

Red Deer Rebels forward Ethan Rowland battles with Medicine Hat Tigers forward Brett Kemp during WHL action at the Centrium Saturday night. (Photo by ROB WALLATOR/Red Deer Rebels)
Tigers claw back, hand Rebels 11th straight loss

Tigers 5 Rebels 2 The same old issues continue to plague the… Continue reading

There were six additional deaths across Alberta reported over the past 24 hours, bringing the death toll to 1,926 since the beginning of the pandemic. (File photo)
AstraZeneca vaccine is ready to be used at a homeless shelter in Romford, east London, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Frank Augstein
AstraZeneca-linked blood clot confirmed in Alberta

A case of an AstraZeneca-linked blood clot has been confirmed in Alberta,… Continue reading

The Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools Board of Trustees selected the name St. Lorenzo Ruiz Middle School to be built in the north end of Red Deer. (Photo Courtesy of  Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools)
Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools raises about $8,720 for Terry Fox Foundation

Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools raised about $8,720 for the Terry Fox… Continue reading

A nurse gets a swab ready at a temporary COVID-19 test clinic in Montreal, on Friday, May 15, 2020. Health Canada has reversed course on home test kits for COVID-19, saying it will now review applications for such devices. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson
Alberta declines Ontario’s request to send health-care workers

Alberta is “not in a position” to send health-care workers out of… Continue reading

Red Deer Public Schools will not pilot the new draft curriculum at its elementary schools. (File photo contributed by Red Deer Public Schools)
UPDATED: Red Deer Public Schools says no to piloting new curriculum

Alberta Teachers’ Association support school boards

Ontario Premier Doug Ford points on a COVID-19 caseload projection model graph during a press conference at Queen's Park, in Toronto, Friday, April 16, 2021. Ontario was set to backtrack on controversial new police powers to enforce stay-at-home orders implemented in the battle against COVID-19.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn
Ford backtracks on new police COVID-19 powers amid intense backlash

TORONTO — Furious criticism of new anti-pandemic powers that allow police in… Continue reading

The official program for the National Commemorative Ceremony in honour of Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, sits on an empty pew prior to the ceremony at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa on Saturday, April 17, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
Prince Philip remembered as ‘a man of great service’ during Canada’s memorial service

Canada’s commemorative ceremony in honour of the late Prince Philip offered a… Continue reading

CF Montreal head coach Wilfried Nancy speaks to his players during the team's practice Tuesday, March 16, 2021 in Montreal. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz
CF Montreal puts on a show, defeating Toronto FC 4-2 in MLS season opener

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — CF Montreal, carving open Toronto FC’s defence, cruised… Continue reading

Demonstrators using umbrellas as shields approach a point in a perimeter security fence during a protest over the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright during traffic stop, outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department, Friday, April 16, 2021, in Brooklyn Center, Minn. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
Journalists allege police harassment at Minnesota protests

Some journalists covering protests over the police fatal shooting of Daunte Wright,… Continue reading

A container ship is docked in the Port of Montreal, Wednesday, February 17, 2021 in Montreal.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz
Montreal dockworkers begin weekend strikes as talks drag on

MONTREAL — Dockworkers at the Port of Montreal kicked off a series… Continue reading

Brad Dahr, 53, is facing numerous charges. (Photo contributed by Alberta RCMP)
Alberta man charged for alleged sexual offences against children

An Edmonton man has been charged for alleged sexual offences against children… Continue reading

A person walks past a COVID-19 mural designed by artist Emily May Rose on a rainy day during the COVID-19 pandemic in Toronto on Monday, April 12, 2021. Employment lawyers say flouting COVID-19 public health orders when off the job or coming into work while knowingly sick could warrant discipline in the workplace. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette
Risky pandemic behaviour off the clock could mean workplace discipline: lawyers

CALGARY — Employment lawyers say flouting COVID-19 public health orders when off… Continue reading

Vials containing Russia's Sputnik V vaccine for COVID-19 are seen at the San Marino State Hospital, in San Marino, Friday, April 9, 2021.  THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Antonio Calanni
China, Russia using their COVID-19 vaccines to gain political influence

OTTAWA — China and Russia have been using their locally produced COVID-19… Continue reading

Most Read