A stunning home built to suit the landscape gave PAH Innovative Construction the honour of being named the best builder for 2018.
The Master Builders Association (MBA) awarded PAH Innovative Construction the domestic regional builder of the year at the awards night in August.
The winning home was built to suit the slope and was built across three levels. The home also won the award for best contract home $450,001 to $500,000.
“We were stoked to take out the top award of the evening,” PAH Innovative Construction owner Bec Hopper said.
“We pour our heart and soul into constructing each and every one of our homes and to be recognised as the MBA domestic regional builder of the year was a career highlight for us and very rewarding.
“These awards showcase to the community our commitment to excellence in our product, customer service and innovation.”
While owners Paul and Bec Hopper are thrilled with the win for their business they are also grateful to everyone who contributes to their builds.
“Each and every one of our employees, tradesman and suppliers do such an amazing job and work together so well to pull off a completed project of exceptionally high standards,” Mrs Hopper said.
“A lot of what we do is outside the square of standard construction as such so can be challenging but they always rise to the challenge and we are grateful to be surrounded by such an amazing crew.”
This tri-level residence was designed and constructed to accommodate the sloping site whilst retaining the magnificent views to the north over Wagga.
The three different levels of the home allow plenty of space for this young family and the detail and finishes on the construction are a standout feature.
“Our client did an amazing job with their selections,” PAH Innovative Construction owner Bec Hopper said.
“A few of our favourite features in this home are the entrance staircase with wainscoting panelling, engineered oak flooring and the joinery featured throughout the home.”
Heating and cooling across three levels was acheived by incorporating numerous shafts throughout the framework to accommodate ductwork, including a hidden shaft running vertically at floor height the length of the pantry joinery.
The ground floor of the home features a polished concrete slab and remaining two levels an engineered oak flooring. A Hardie deck completes the elevated patio complete with custom powdercoated tri-railing.