Karoleena

Karoleena showcased at PNE

Okanagan Falls company constructs PNE Prize Home for lottery.

The award-winning premium modular home building company Karoleena, based out of Okanagan Falls, has been announced as the builder of the 2015 PNE Prize Home.
The $2.1 million home that will be up for grabs will feature the most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly designer prefabricated home in the contests history.

The prize package includes a full series of premium green advancements across 3,080 square feet, including, among others, LEED registration, an Architek engineered green roof, a full Elan home automation Winnipeg system and Energy Saving Products heating, ventilation and air conditioning system.

“This home is ideal for anyone whose priorities include stunning modern design, energy efficient amenities and the convenience of cutting-edge technology,” said Karoleena CEO James Rosowsky.

The three-bedroom home is inspired by the lake view lot in Naramata, where it will be relocated after the fair.

The PNE Prize Home Lottery has been around since 1934. Tickets are now on sale for five for $25 or 15 for $50 at www.pneprizehome.ca or 1-877-946-4663.

 

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