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Feb 3, 2014

Bonneville Homes proudly debuts the urban home ONYX!

Bonneville Homes is breaking the rules and has created a unique concept never seen before! Today's consumer is looking for comfort, quality, durability, design excellence and minimal upkeep costs. And, at Bonneville, that's precisely what they deliver. For these and many other reasons the factory-built home is the home of the future.

Bonneville Homes unveils the ONYX to Ontario at the upcoming GTA Home Show.  Bonneville Homes have carefully carved and polished ONYX to combine the intimate charm of a country home with a wide range of conveniences for everyday living. The architecture, space and forms are adapted to an urban setting, while still capturing the clean, simple lines of the PUR Series and the warmth of the NATUR Series.


ONYX features high wooden ceilings, an open-space concept and light-filled interiors that are the hallmark of Bonneville’s contemporary designs. The comfortable 1,575-square-foot layout is perfect for warm get-togethers and gathering moments of happiness. But ONYX’s crown jewel has to be the kitchen, which extends out toward the covered deck. The roll-up glass doors and motorized solar panels create a delightfully cozy living area for added comfort and practicality. 

Onyx Highlights:
The layout of the main living area is ideal for sharing those special moments. All building materials are carefully selected to create a warm, welcoming ambiance. The glass wall creates a seamless transition between the main living area and the outdoors. When opened up, the deck area can serve as an impromptu bar and lounge.


The integrated concept and covered deck lets you enjoy everything nature has to offer – hassle-free!


Quality reinvented, from a family who cares! 
Bonneville Homes brings fourth generation family run business to the front lines.  An enduring family tradition started by Paul-Émile Bonneville in 1961 with the launch of Bonneville Homes.  "My father wanted to make home ownership a possibility for everyone – not just the wealthy classes," says André Bonneville.  Since 1977, manufacturing and design techniques advanced dramatically and the company's expansion really took off, with the Bonneville family closely involved in all of the facets of the operations.  In 1988  Paul-Émile passed away leaving to his children a strong and stable company.  After 1995, with the third generation of the Bonneville family at the reins, the company shifted focus and introduced an innovative new construction process known as the Bonneville R-3000 building system.

The Bonneville R-3000 building system boasts state-of-the-art assembly techniques. On the assembly line, all of the manufacturing steps are fine-tuned.  



Today the fourth generation consists of Dany Bonneville at the helm as President, ensuring the fourth-generation family-run company remains at the vanguard of the industry by adopting effective new technologies while staying faithful to the core values of Bonneville Homes. As Bonneville Homes celebrates their 50 years of experience in building pre-engineered homes they have built over 35,000 homes and invested over 10,000 hours in creative design each year.
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Explore this treasure trove of style and functionality up close, be sure to step into the home of your dreams at the new GTA Home Show at the International Centre, February 20 - 23! 

Special thanks to Show Manager Tina Holmes, a.k.a@TinaLovesPinot, for taking us inside Bonneville's ONYX before the show!

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