The importance of choosing a new homes developer with a five star rating

PUBLISHED: 09:41 13 July 2018

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What does a five star rating really mean when you are choosing a new homes developer? Alison Page, from David Wilson Homes, discusses.

Alison Page, David Wilson Homes. Pic:  www.dwh.co.ukAlison Page, David Wilson Homes. Pic: www.dwh.co.uk

A new home is one of the biggest purchases we make in life, so feeling confident in the quality of your property is extremely important.

It’s vital that purchasers know that they are buying a house which is hand built by an expert team and overseen by award-winning site managers.

This is why we’re so proud of our developments, as each house is designed and crafted to the high quality which can be expected of a five star developer.

Our five star status means 90 per cent of our customers would recommend us to a friend and this is the ninth consecutive year we have received the accolade from the Home Builders Federation (HBF), a feat no other major national housebuilder has achieved.

Our Norfolk site managers are also proof of our commitment to exceptional quality.

All of our site managers working at developments in the county have won a prestigious Pride in the Job Quality Award this year from the National House Building Council (NHBC).

The awards recognise the best site managers across the country, with only 450 out of 16,000 entrants passing the strict evaluation criteria.

These achievements are reassurance to our future customers that their new dream home is built with care and experience.

Behind the awards are our customers, they are at the heart of everything we do and we strive to create high quality homes within strong new communities at every development.

We work hard to look after our customers and continue to ensure they are happy in their home after the big move.

For more information on our homes for sale, please call the sales information line on 0844 811 3888 or visit www.dwh.co.uk.

David Wilson Homes has sponsored this column.

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