Home Builder Customer Satisfaction Study Hanford CA

If you want to build your new home, you certainly want to make sure you've done your homework in choosing a builder, especially considering the enormous investment in time and money the project entails.

ERVCO Energy Solutions
(559) 583-8229
903 North 10th Avenue
Hanford, CA
 
Stern'S Construction
(818) 348-7432
20911 Arcana Road
Woodland Hills, CA

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San Diego Refrigeration, Commercial Appliances, Ac And Heating Repair
(800) 729-8566
1765 Garnet Ave.
San Diego, CA

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Housecall Property Services
(619) 892-6561
Po Box 600063
San Diego, CA

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Campanelli Construction
(805) 965-2883
728 Union Ave #B
Santa Barbara, CA
 
MGS Construction
(559) 469-1669
1498 cypress lane
lemoore, CA
 
Martinelli'S Home Improvement Co.
(916) 768-6155
5041 College Oak Dr Ste A
Sacramento, CA

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Agra Foundations
(510) 232-1474
999 Western Drive # B
Richmond, CA

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ESV Construction, Handyman & Remodeling
(831) 240-0162
PO Box 3286
Salinas, CA
 
DM Construction
(213) 448-4289
12909 S. Butler Ave.
Compton, CA
 
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If you want to build your new home, you certainly want to make sure you've done your homework in choosing a builder, especially considering the enormous investment in time and money the project entails. And, let's face it, given a choice, most of us prefer to buy brand new. But there's nothing as devastating as signing on the dotted line, investing your life's savings (and what you can borrow from the bank) and running into obstacle after obstacle with your chosen builder. Do any of the following problems sound familiar?

  • The builder's warranty is vague or doesn't cover exactly what goes wrong with your home construction.

  • Customer service is spotty at best, insufficient or unhelpful, and phone calls aren't returned promptly.

  • Your construction manager has an attitude, is unresponsive, or perhaps is easy-going, but nothing gets done to your satisfaction or expectation.

  • The builder's sales staff is distracted, disorganized, and unavailable, and there's absolutely no follow up.

  • Your home readiness date is constantly pushed back by unanticipated delays.

In fact, these cover the top five issues in the most critical areas of customer satisfaction with new-home builders, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2007 New-Home Builder Customer Satisfaction Study,SM now in its 11th year. The study, which ranks builders in 34 separate housing markets across the U.S., is based on responses from 50,399 buyers of newly-built, single-family homes after they've lived in their homes from 4-18 months, on average. The typical buyer reports about 13 problems with their new home"mostly construction problems like landscaping, quality and finish of kitchen cabinets, or heating and air conditioning. While the problems reported vary by market, they have decreased by 7 percent over last year's study.

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