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As a luxury home builder of international recognition and stature, our commitment is simple, but unwavering: from concept, we design, develop, build and deliver to completion a turn key operation.
Based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, RS Homes, residential division and our commercial building company, LSI Engineering are renowned at home and abroad for the award-winning custom homes that we build. As custom home builders, we strive to consistently exceed our clientsâ€™ expectations. Our reputation is outstanding for: service, integrity, quality, and beauty.
Our team shares an absolute dedication to the best in custom homes, with each team member bringing nearly a quarter century of experience as home and luxury home builders. With brothers Ramtin and Ramsin Sotoadeh sharing a background in engineering, architecture, design, management, and hands-on application, our custom homes are continually nominated for awards, and then win them! And our trades, plumbers, carpenters, electricians, have been with us for many years, a testament to their commitment, dedication, loyalty and workmanship.
Under the umbrella of the Samuel Sotoadeh Group, RS Homes - residential custom home building - and LSI Engineering - our commercial division - were founded. As proud followers of the BILD code of ethics, planning our projects to support communities and the environment, we began by building luxury custom homes and long lasting client relationships.
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