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What is a "Ready To Move Home"?

An RTM is a conventional home built in a factory and then transported to site. These homes can be built for full basements, crawl spaces, pilings and grade beams, or pony wall foundations. Usually built in one piece, these homes use engineered trusses and are built to CSA standards. Contrary to popular belief, these homes are often built to superior standards in both construction practices and material quality. 

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Warranty - Cutom Built RTM Home

When shopping for your new home you will make many choices when determining what you would like. For some, this is an easy decision. For others, luckily we have people experienced in interior design to help you through each step of the way in designing your dream home! We ask you to keep in mind one of the most important components of your build – warranty. With Destiny’s 20 years in the home building industry – we pride ourselves on our warranties and after purchase customer care.

All Destiny Homes come with a 10 year warranty through the Alberta New Home Warranty Program. This warranty is broken down as follows:

  • 1 year warranty on workmanship and material
  • 2 year warranty on delivery and distribution systems
  • 5 year warranty building envelope coverage
  • 10 year structural warranty

An electronic copy of our comprehensive manual is available upon request. Contact Us for your copy today!


Ready To Move (RTM) Floor Plans

Where To Start With Floor Plans

We have many floorplans available. However, all floorplans are merely a start.  We pride ourselves on the fact that we are a custom home builder, and as such, we seldom build a home according to the floorplans we have available without some client requested modifications. Some people think that your home is custom built and therefore is more expensive.  This is far from the truth.  The word “Custom” means to us that we are building the home for you individually and only to your specs and wishes. 

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How to Choose What Type of Home Is Right For You

The current residential housing market consists of a number of different options. Most homes are built on a particular site with all the little pieces of that home brought and assembled right there on its final location. In efforts to keep costs down without compromising quality, a new solution was created. A home built somewhere else and delivered on or behind a truck. We new refer to these homes as "factory built housing".

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