In some areas spring marks the beginning of the growing season. But in Whistler, it means (among other things) spring skiing. Historically, March is one of the heaviest snowfall months for the area. So if you’re not quite ready to stow the skis for the season, head to Whistler for one last glorious shot at the snow. In March and April, the daylight lasts longer—and the chairlifts stay open for an extra half hour or so. That gives you time for one more downhill run in one of the greatest ski areas in North America.
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While Whistler may (understandably) be recognized as one of the most outstanding ski spots in North America, there is a whole lot more to the area that just point your ski tips (or board) downhill. There are a plethora of activities you can enjoy once the weather turns warmer. So if you find yourself in need of a getaway, the Whistler area has what you need. Let's take a look at some of the best spring getaways new Whistler.
Owning your home is one of the largest investments that you will ever make. When the time comes to build, renovate or remodel, choosing a licensed contractor and builder is important. In our jurisdiction all you need is a business license to be a renovator and you need to be a licensed builder in order to build new homes. To help you understand the process of hiring a professional, we broke down the steps you should follow when hiring a contractor or builder.
There’s something special about the sun in the sky and the birds chirping in the lush green trees while enjoying a tasty meal or quenching drink on a patio. Well, if you are looking for the perfect spot to have an outdoor brunch, an after-work celebration or a Vitamin D filled lunch, we have a few suggestions for you.
Everyone has their own indicator that spring is here. For some, it’s the longer days and for others it’s the revival of sounds that have been muffled by winter (such as the chirping of birds). After a powder filled winter, full of events and shredding amazing lines, let’s welcome spring with open arms and here are a few suggestions on how to do just that in the Sea to Sky Corridor:
It’s no secret that Whistler is a fantastic place to visit. It’s been voted the number one ski resort in the world (a few times) and is a magical place that offers something for everyone. A lot of visitors to Whistler fall in love with our community and some even decide to make the move to our neck of the woods. If you are on the fence trying to decide if you want to move to Whistler, check out these four reasons on why living in Whistler is so special.
It is refreshing when a client approaches us about helping them with a project and they’ve done their homework and understand what is involved to get a project from concept/idea stage to constructed/moving-in stage. It’s refreshing, but unfortunately, not very common.
I would like to shed some light on the process here with the hope it will help those that are about to embark on a construction project and perhaps don’t have prior experience, or have been told something that is inaccurate by their hairstylist, or brother’s girlfriend’s brother who happened to build their deck at the summer cabin back in...
An amenity that can be enjoyed year-round, outdoor living spaces are a perfect addition to a Whistler home. We had the pleasure of renovating this remarkable home in Whistler, BC. The owners wanted an outdoor living area with elements of stone and wood that was spacious, welcoming and represented the BC mountains.
Take a look at one of our most recent renovations and see how a home can truly transform.
For a limited time, the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is making it easier for builders to help homeowners to reduce monthly utility costs and improve building performance with a new Residential Energy Assessment Rebate Program.