Home builders recognized for satisfaction

A pair of Red Deer home builders have been recognized for customer satisfaction. Colbray Homes Ltd. and True-Line Contracting Ltd. have received New Home Buyers’ Choice Awards.

A pair of Red Deer home builders have been recognized for customer satisfaction. Colbray Homes Ltd. and True-Line Contracting Ltd. have received New Home Buyers’ Choice Awards.

They were named 2012 Professional Home Builders Institute Builders of Excellence for Non-Production Builders in Central Alberta. Presented by the Professional Home Builders Institute of Alberta, with support from the Alberta New Home Warranty Program and the Canadian Home Builders Association — Central Alberta, the New Home Buyers’ Choice Awards recognize the top 20 per cent of non-production builders in Central Alberta that build fewer than 50 homes a year.

These are chosen on the basis of a customer satisfaction study, with the 2012 awards using surveys collected between August 2011 and December 2011.

“These awards reflect the opinion of Alberta new-home buyers and we believe in the value of providing this knowledge to each local market,” said John Kozole, president and CEO of the Professional Home Builders Institute of Alberta.

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