BuzzBuzzHome Corp.
April 19, 2011

Tarion Warranty Corporation, which has served as a regulator of the new home building industry in Ontario since 1976, annually hands out awards of distinction based on customer service delivery.

And this year’s winners have been announced!

“Each of the Tarion Awards of Excellence finalists can proudly say they have gained an honour that every business person strives for—recognition of a job well done by their own customers,” said Tarion President and CEO Howard Bogach. “We congratulate these builders. They have done the industry proud.”

We echo the sentiment and add a big “Booya!” to the winners (in bold).

High-Rise Builder Category

(100 High-Rise possessions or more per year)
Domicile – Ottawa (Winner)
The Daniels Corporation – Toronto
Mattamy Homes – Oakville
Options for Homes – Toronto
Tridel – Toronto

Large Volume Builder Category
(100 possessions or more per year)
Pidel Homes – Guelph (Winner)
Brookfield Homes – Markham
Fusion Homes – Guelph
Mattamy Homes – Oakville
Monarch Corporation – Toronto

Medium Volume Builder Category
(21-100 possessions or more per year)
Wrighthaven Homes Limited – Fergus (Winner)
Doug Tarry Ltd. – St. Thomas
Habitat for Humanity Toronto Inc. – Toronto
Morra Homes. – Barrie
Neilcorp Homes. – Almonte

Small Volume Builder Category
(5-20 possessions or more per year)
Cara Custom Homes – Ancaster (Winner)
Fernando Homes Incorporated – Welland
Gordon Tobey Developments – Brighton
Ken Seigel & Sons – Pembroke
Wasko Developments Inc. – London

According to Tarion, “To determine the award recipients, a survey was sent to more than 48,000 home buyers who took possession of a new home in Ontario between October 1, 2009 and September 30, 2010. More than 8,000 responses were received and the results were tabulated by Harris/Decima and Crunch Research. Questions covered every stage of the after-sales homeowner-builder relationship: from the signing of the agreement of purchase and sale, through construction and the pre-delivery inspection to after-sales service.”

Again, congratulations to all the winners and nominees. Keep up the great work!

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