o matter how many homes you may have owned, creating your dream custom home is a different experience. You now have the opportunity to be involved in decisions at each step of the planning, building and decorating process. And in most cases, while you probably have a good idea of what you want, deciding how to get there will be a new experience for you! 

eter and his team understand these are new kinds of decisions for you, and they take the time to work with you, explain all the steps, and talk in terms that are meaningful to you, not in trade industry jargon. 


efore beginning any project, Peter will sit down with you to discuss your current lifestyle, family situation, entertainment needs, home business considerations, and future plans. His experience and insights will no doubt prompt consideration of some things you may have overlooked that will add tremendously to the liveability of your home.

Throughout the construction process, Peter and his team keep you informed every step of the way, allowing you reasonable time to make informed decisions. The best surprise is no surprise…so Wasko gives you a projected construction time line with key decision points clearly outlined ahead of time. 

“Your service to us over the last few months
  have been first rate! We have the highest
  regards for all of you at Wasko.”

  Ken & Joanne - Richmond Hill


etails are important to Peter. And the reputation of Wasko is built on them. Some structural things you won't see…or maybe even appreciate at first, but they are important to the long-term structural integrity and liveability of your home. Things like extra strength sub-flooring to minimize bounce and squeak, and top grade exterior insulation.

The elements of your home that you do see are meticulously attended to by top quality trades people. Artisans in their profession, they take pride in working on a Wasko home, many having earned the respect and loyalty of Wasko for over 30 years. Craftsmen that take pride in mitred corners, seamless joints, smooth tile surfaces, and wood finishes you'll love to caress. 


s part of the planning process, the Wasko team ask you to consider future decorating and room usage patterns. Today's lifestyle tends to point towards larger kitchens, great rooms and main floor master bedrooms.  They can then allow for or provide any special structural features as they build. For example, it could be anything from special storage for a motorcycle in the garage, to allowances for a future home theatre in the family room, to special electrical outlets or lighting to highlight works of art, to bright windows and seating areas for intimate concerts on your grand piano.