Park Point
Homeowner Care

Welcome to Homeowner Care! With pre-construction sales process complete, our Homeowner Care Team will assist you with any inquiries that you may have leading up to and after possession.

General Info & FAQs

Who is Park Point's Property Manager and how do I contact them?

At Possession, the complete day-to-day operation of Park Point will be handled by your Property Manager, Cassandra Nowak from Equium Group. Please contact your property manager regarding day to day operation including: Rental policies & forms, Building Operation & Finances, Security System/Intercom, Elevators, and or move-in inquiries. Qualex-Landmark™ Homeowner Care will remain responsible for warranty related inquires.

Cassandra Nowak, Property Manager (Equium Group) 403-830-7835  | Email: cnowak@equium.ca

After hours emergency dispatch is available outside of business hours by calling the main office line, 403-265-4431, whereby your call will be answered by a live answering service. Emergency calls (fire, flood, loss of essential services, security issues, and water leaks) will be dispatched to the applicable contractor for immediate attention.

Park Point Property Management Information and Forms

Move-ins/Elevator Booking 

Move-ins requiring the use of the elevator must be booked through the concierge at Park Point and must be scheduled for a time subsequent to your Possession time. To book your move in, please contact 403-771-5332 or parkpoint@myvipconcierge.caIt is strongly advised that you book your elevator the day after possession or later, as it gives you an opportunity to familiarize yourself with both your home and common areas. This will also leave flexibility for any of the common brief legal delays that could affect key release.

Pet Registration

If you house a pet in your unit or plan to acquire one, a copy of the Pet Application form is required for Board reference. This form is available by request at contact@equium.ca.

What about my GST rebate?

As per your Purchase Agreement, GST (5%) is not included in the Purchase Price. Per Addendum A (31.7 Goods and Services Tax) GST must be paid at closing. The developer will not amend the purchase agreement to include GST or include a GST rebate on the Statement of Adjustments, as we can not verify an owner’s usage intent (primary residence vs. income residence) and thereby can not be asked to claim a rebate on behalf of eligible owners.

Once you have successfully closed on your home, and if eligible, you may apply for the GST rebate. It is your responsibility to complete the Application.

Here is how the process typically works:

1. You can download the rebate application below.

  • Section B – House information: Plan # – will be noted on statement of adjustments at closing, Lot # – not required
    Section D – We have already pre-filled section D for you. Please do not alter any of the text as it may result in denial of application). Builder signature not required (as confirmed by CRA).
  • Your residential unit (RU) number is not your suite number, it is the legal description of your unit (noted on each page of your purchase agreement and your statement of adjustments)
  • Download Pre-Filled application

2. Send to CRA (after you have closed). That’s it!

GST Rebate Guide (info)

For more information, please speak with your bank and or lawyer.

Understanding the Pre-Delivery Inspection, Possession Inspection and Warranty.

PDI – PRE DELIVERY INSPECTION (Occurs in the weeks/months ahead of Possession)


This is your first opportunity to view your home prior to possession and to confirm that work on your new home is complete and satisfactory or to identify any outstanding items. The PDI takes place a few months or weeks in advance of your estimated Closing/Possession. An inspection and orientation of your new home will take about one hour.

The Purchaser(s) on contract (only), your Qualex Homeowner Care Representative, and Axiom Representative (builder) will review the home for anything that may be in need of further attention.

Another very important purpose of the inspection is to familiarize you with your new home and all its features. This will include demonstrations of equipment and useful information on maintenance, emergencies and upkeep. Failure to ensure proper maintenance can cause undesirable living conditions or possibly void the warranty.

While we understand this is an exciting time and you may be tempted to bring others to view your new home, for the reasons above, we will not be able to make any acceptations. Not to worry, you will have plenty of time to show off your new home at Park Point after possession!

Defects and Deficiencies – what is the difference?

Defects are items that have been installed and completed but require additional work to meet the industry standard (as determined here: www.anhwp.com/performanceguide) or Alberta Building Code (ABC). Typically, these are simply cosmetic defects related to fit, finish or appearance.

Deficiencies are items in the Purchase Agreement that are incomplete at the time of inspection. For example, if you were promised a microwave in the Purchase Agreement and it was not present at the time of the PDI – this would be a deficiency.

Important: Defects and deficiencies do not include damage. During your inspection, you should note any damage. Damage and or wear and tear are not covered after possession or under your new home warranty.

Who determines what is considered a defect? The Builder or the Homeowner?

Qualex-Landmark™ prides itself on beautiful homes with above industry standard finishes and care. During the lead-up to mandatory warranty, the Government of Alberta adopted Alberta New Home Warranty’s Workmanship & Material Reference Guide as the foundation for the provincial Performance Guidelines that every Alberta homebuilder isbe bound to uphold. If there is ever difference of opinion regarding what is a defect during the PDI, PI or Service Request, the Homeowner and Builder will reference these standards. Click here to review the newly released Construction Performance Guide for New Home Warranty in Alberta.

Conducting the Inspection

We will be detailing any defects and deficiencies on a Defects and Deficiencies Form (digital) signed by both you the Homeowner and Qualex Homeowner Care Representative. A copy will be emailed to you and you will also be able to access this and other documents through your Homeowner Portal.

Unable to attend your PDI? – Click here to Appoint a Designate

2. PI – POSSESSION INSPECTION (Occurs on your scheduled Possession Date)


Once you take possession of your home, and before you move any items in, a Qualex Homeowner Care Representative will accompany you to your home for a final review of completed PDI item list. If any PDI items remain outstanding, or if any new damage is noted (unlikely), that information will be recorded and processed for a Service Visit, which usually occurs within 30 days of receipt.

When the time nears, you will receive an official Closing Notice for your home. This notice includes the both the official Closing Date and the Possession Date and Time. The time is for your PI.

Like with the PDI, we cannot not accommodate any other individuals other than the Homeowner(s) on title for the PI. Schedule a more relaxing time afterwards for friends and family to see your new home!

Unable to attend your PI? – Click here to Appoint a Designate

3. 1ST YEAR SERVICE REQUESTS (From Possession onwards)


1st Year Service Requests – General

The PDI is your formal home inspection with the builder. Valid defects or warrantable items (refer to www.anhwp.com/performanceguide) noted after you take possession can be sent via Service Request through our Homeowner Portal (at qualex.ca/homeowners) for action or response. An example of this would be a door which is no longer closing properly. Once the request is received, our Homeowner Care Department will review it (typically within 3 business days), and if applicable, schedule an appointment for repair. Service Requests must be sumbitted by the owner on title only (tenant and or verbal requests will not be addressed).

Service Requests – Settlement Cracks

Settlement cracks often occur after possession and are very common. Cracks can occur in the ceiling or drywall due to the building settling. If requested (some homeowners wish to opt-out), settlement cracks a repaired (filled, sanded and made paint ready) at the end of the first year of your warranty. We strongly encourage you to log these and not submit them until 1-3 months prior to the end of the warranty period and not in advance.

Wear & Tear, Damage and Tenant Damage

Service Requests submitted after the PI relating to damage, wear and tear will not be address and are not covered by warranty.

Common Property Warranty

The exterior of your home is common property. While we will review your patio/balcony during the PDI, the exterior of your entry door, common hallways and other areas of the building will be inspected separately with your Property Manager and or Condo Board.

What are the elevator dimensions for moving day?

Elevator Dimensions (Move-in Elevator): H 103″, W 76″, D 49.5 ” | Door Opening 42″ x 84″

Is there a waitlist for extra storage lockers or parking?

Unfortunately, we do not have any extra parking stalls or storage lockers.

If I have more questions, who should I contact?

Don’t worry, we’re here to help!

Please email parkservice@qualex.ca for any inquiries you have regarding Park Point.

Your team for Park Point

Sandy Banns
Manager of Homeowner Care

Leah Callow
Sales Manager

Amy Yew
Sales and Marketing Manager

Please allow at least 2 business days for a response.

Home Orientation Videos

Bedroom Outlets (Ceiling Rough-in Lighting)

Information about the outlets in your bedroom(s).

Bedroom Outlets (Switch for Outlets)

Information about wall switch controlled electrical outlets in bedroom(s).

Dining Room Rough-in and Living Area Outlet

Information about wall switch controlled electrical outlets and ceiling electrical box (for owner provided/installed light fixture).

Lint Trap

Information about your secondary lint trap.

Fan Coil Unit

Information about the location of the fan coil unit.

Smoke Detector

Smoke Detector Information

Thermostat (Temperature Control)

Information about your thermostat controls to stay comfortable all year round.

Water Shut Off

Information about the location of your hot and cold water shut off.

Communication Panel

Communication panel access for internet service provider connections.

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