Monday, July 6, 2020

William Davis Homes celebrates HBF 5 star award for third year in a row

Midlands housebuilder William Davis Homes has just been awarded the industry’s gold standard ‘5 Star’ status for the third year in a row.

Recognised as the ultimate new homes accreditation, the 5 Star Award is based on customer satisfaction surveys conducted by the NHBC (National House Building Council) on behalf of the HBF (Home Builders Federation). This national accolade comes at one of the most exciting times in the company’s long history and has been warmly welcomed by the whole team.

“We’re absolutely delighted to have been recognised yet again by our customers and are thrilled to be accredited with this award for the third year in succession. It’s a superb achievement, of which we can all be extremely proud,” said William Davis Homes, Managing Director, Guy Higgins.

The award results showed that William Davis Homes achieved an impressive 96.7% overall score of people saying they would definitely recommend a William Davis 5 Star home to a friend. In addition, William Davis Homes was ranked 4th in the UK out of all 5 Star accredited housebuilders.

“This award encompasses every aspect of our work, from the location of our developments and house designs, to the traditional craftsmanship and quality materials we use, through to excellent customer and aftersales service,” said Mr Higgins. “It demonstrates a real team effort and achieving 5 Stars year after year shows we’re maintaining these very high standards ─ all excellent news for the future.”

With seven hugely popular developments currently selling 5 Star Homes throughout the east and west midlands, William Davis Homes plans to launch at least three more schemes in Leicestershire and another new development in Derbyshire in 2018.

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