Through Canadian designs, influences, materials, designers and builders, we have created what it means to live in a way that is truly innovative, truly Canadian and truly you.
Canadian means Quality
Designing a home that is truly Canadian means creating something that is durable, affordable, and sustainable. Each building envelope is designed with Canadian strength and resilience in mind. We choose stronger, healthier and more sustainable materials, ensuring moisture stays out and heat stays in. Every detail in an Ocheller home is carefully selected to ensure your home is built to last, sustainably.
Our interior finishes focus on using natural, Canadian-made materials that represent the highest standard of quality our nation can offer, wherever possible. From raw materials and builders, to creators and designers, we bridge the gap between affordability and customization, keeping our resources as local as possible. We offer more room for unique touches and more options to celebrate you and your neighbourhood’s spirit of individuality.
Truly Canadian: Limited-Edition Collection
We know everyone has a different way of telling the same story, and it takes various perspectives to see the whole picture. Canada’s housing future is no different. That’s why we introduced our Limited-Edition Collection.
The Limited-Edition designs still encompass everything you’d expect from an Ocheller home, but with its architectural story told from a different point of view. We asked renowned architects from across the country to design their take on an authentic Canadian home.
Their answers have created this limited-edition home series that is as unique and ever-changing as each passing season. Designed with the same level of resilience, timelessness and Canadian authenticity guaranteed with an Ocheller home, but with changing designs that are only available for a limited time. Once they’re gone, they’re gone.
Meet the team behind Ocheller.
Tegan is the owner and founder of Ocheller and the RedBrick Group of Companies. A LEED accredited civil engineer, Tegan has broad experience in how buildings come together from the perspectives of the designer, architect, contractor and supplier all the way through to the client. She has first-hand experience in structural engineering and project management of mixed use, commercial, and residential projects.
Kent has a mechanical engineering degree and a background in commercial and residential mechanical building systems, and site servicing and grading design. Positions with mechanical and civil consulting groups have provided Kent with a wide range of design, permitting and construction experience on commercial, residential and mixed use buildings working for owners, contractors, architects and municipalities.
An Architectural Technologist and Construction Engineering Technologist, Tim has extensive experience in the residential construction field. From concept to design, estimating through construction to final project turnovers, Tim has been involved in all aspects of residential construction. Tim has spent many years in the Edmonton and Central Alberta areas developing housing projects, building custom homes and conducting needs assessment and home inspections.
Frances is the oil that keeps our engine running smoothly. With a diploma in business management and a degree in marketing from Macewan University, Frances works to document, improve and streamline the company’s processes and procedures. She has a background in management, sales, marketing research, and organizational behaviour, and looks forward to gaining experience in sustainable housing development.
Whenever somebody walks into our home, we always get a ‘wow,’ because it is truly a home like nobody has ever seen before.
Marc & Jessica