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Custom Home Builders

Parksville, Qualicum Beach B.C.

Building and renovating luxury and custom homes on Vancouver Island since 1979.

About Our Builder

Camelot Homes

V.I. Camelot Homes Ltd is a master award winning custom home builder of luxury and family homes, and have upheld this tradition of excellence for over 40 years. Renovations and Commercial buildings are also among our specialities.

V.I. Camelot Homes reputation is known for our quality of workmanship and integrity which is the foundation of our success. Our employees and subcontractors are some of the most experienced and highly regarded professionals in the industry and contribute to the success in meeting deadlines and expectations.

At V.I. Camelot Homes, you will find that the inner construction of your home is just as important as the exterior finishes by using handpicked products such as silent floors, proper plywood materials and having the benefit of all our sub-trades within our company from excavation, framers, electricians, siding, painting and custom cabinetry.

The vast knowledge and experience within our team and our devotion to each of our customers ensure that each home we build is a reflection of the high standard of excellence associated with our Company.

“The house isn’t complete until every member of my crew is satisfied. They have very high standards in quality workmanship and finishing. That is what separates V.I. Camelot Homes from all the rest.”

Dan McLeod

President, V.I. Camelot Homes

2013 BC’s Certified Green Builder of the Year!

Camelot Homes’ Music by the Sea project was singled out for its sustainability features as the 2013 department G Premier Rated Certified Home award winner. The custom-built home has an EnerGuide rating of 84 and received a platinum level rating on the Built Green® checklist. An older home on the property was completely recycled by being relocated for reuse elsewhere and 100 per cent of the new construction’s wood and metal waste materials were taken to a recycling centre. Almost all of the home’s materials and artwork were locally sourced, reducing shipping and fuel. The home lies within 50 yards of the ocean and its outdoor spaces were strategically placed to maximize natural light. The home has triple-glazed windows, an advanced HVAC system, and a high-efficiency heat pump.