Committed to excellence and customer service: 5 reasons Abbey Platinum Master Built should build your next project

Two of Central Alberta’s top builders come together to provide the best in home, renovation and commercial construction

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Bring together two of Central Alberta’s top builders with a combined 50-plus years in the construction industry and you’re bound to create something special.

In fact, with Abbey Master Builder and Platinum Homes recently forming Abbey Platinum Master Built, the new company is the region’s most awarded construction and renovation company. Honours include 2011 Renovator of the Year and a combined five Builder of the Year awards since 2009.

“Our product knowledge and service are second to none,” notes president and CEO Art Anastasi, master builder, renovator and electrician.

“I think we complement each other really well,” agrees vice-president Terry Loewen. “We provide clients with a much broader experience because we both have our areas of expertise.”

Need more reasons why Abbey Platinum Master Built should be the first call for your next project? Here’s five:

Reason 1: Customer service. From renovations and commercial projects to the home of your dreams, Abbey Platinum Master Built does it all, keeping the customer firmly in mind. Beyond numerous client recommendations and a 2016 Avid Ratings Award for “Exceptional Customer Service and Workmanship,” the team has earned the Alberta New Home Warranty Customer Service Award each year since 1990!

Reason 2: Talent and expertise reaches from Anastasi, Loewen, CFO Jaime Anastasi and general manager Chris Beaumont to designers, expert tradespeople and knowledgeable office staff. “Together we have an amazing team and clients will receive even higher quality, service and value,” Anastasi notes.

Reason 3: Track your project step by step. Building a new home requires thousands of decisions, from light switch locations to flooring selections. With Abbey Platinum Master Built’s online system, clients can keep their decisions all in one place, and as photos and progress reports are added, follow along as their project proceeds. “It’s extremely customer-friendly and keeps everything at their fingertips,” Loewen says.

Reason 4: Trust. Beyond numerous project awards, recognition for Anastasi and Loewen’s professionalism, workmanship and service comes from industry peers. Both have served on various industry boards and task forces. Anastasi’s honours include the Canadian Home Builders’ Klaus Springer Award for outstanding contributions to the betterment of the industry in Alberta and the Alberta Home Builders Association’s Award of Honour and Presidential Award of Honour. Loewen has been named the CHBA’s Rookie of the Year and Member of the Year for Central Alberta, and a Red Deer Rotary Paul Harris Fellow.

Reason 5: Abbey Platinum Master Built has deep community roots. From sponsoring and building Red Deer Hospitals’ Lottery Home and sponsoring Blackfalds’ Abbey Master Builder Centre to volunteering with the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre, company founders believe in giving back to their community.

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