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Enhancements to RSS Feeds

October 17th, 2014 by Kathryn Ewing
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GuildQuality has offered RSS feeds that stream comments in the past, but our engineering team has rolled out new functionality to make that feature even better. RSS, or Real Simple Syndication, is an standard way of making content available in different locations across the internet, and GuildQuality’s RSS feed gives you the ability to display customer […]

The True Beazer Difference

October 13th, 2014 by Erica England

For over 50 years, Beazer Homes has conveyed an unmatched passion for building quality homes throughout the United States. When you begin to peel back the layers of what makes their business so successful, you find that the secret to all that Beazer has accomplished is rooted in the very simple principle of doing right […]

Measuring your team’s delivery of client satisfaction

October 10th, 2014 by Erica England
Meausuring customer satisfaction

We’ve all seen them, remodelers who advertise that they deliver 100 percent client satisfaction with little explanation as to how they know their clients are truly satisfied. The question has crossed my mind, and I’m certain it’s crossed the minds of homeowners researching these remodelers, “how do they know whether a client is actually 100 […]


For the Grant family, the old saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover” certainly applied when purchasing their new home. The interior met all of the family’s criteria, but the exterior left a bit to be desired. The Grants called on Illinois-based LaMantia Design & Construction Company to redesign the home’s exterior so they […]

It’s official, GuildQuality has a new office!

October 6th, 2014 by Kathryn Ewing

Today marks the first day in the new GuildQuality Headquarters. We’ve been looking forward to the move for a while now, and are so excited that the day has finally come! The team began trickling in this morning claiming desks and exploring the new space, and we’re all finally getting settled in. Here are a few photos […]

Quality Custom Builders

If you’re reading this, you’re probably knee deep in the trenches of researching custom home builders. Don’t you wish you had a construction Sherpa guiding you through your search? Well, I’ve never climbed Everest (too scared of heights), but after working closely with some of North America’s leading contractors I’ve come to realize that the […]

Six tips for bringing your dog into our new office

October 2nd, 2014 by Geoff Graham
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Here’s the short note I shared with our team members on the eve of our move to a new HQ: Humans of GuildQuality, I am hearing a great deal of enthusiasm about next week’s move away from our current landlord’s reign of speciesism, and back into a home where our building owner has a more […]

Charlestonians, join GuildQuality for lunch next week!

September 30th, 2014 by Erica England
Lunch at The Porch at I'On

Attention Charleston members and friends, GuildQuality will be in your area and we’d love the opportunity to treat you to lunch! If you’re available to join us on Tuesday, October 7th at 12:00 p.m., kindly RSVP to Lunch will be served on The Porch at I’On. *Seating is limited, so be sure to RSVP […]

Curb Appeal Renovations Shares How They Built Their Business

September 25th, 2014 by Erica England
Curb Appeal Renovations

NARI hosts an awesome blog series focused on remodeling industry leaders and the stories behind how they’ve successfully built their businesses. If you haven’t checked it out, I highly recommend it. Most recently NARI featured Curb Appeal Renovations. Being a 6 time Guildmaster winner already commands respect in my book, but as I read about […]

3 Tips for Becoming an Unleavable Contractor

September 23rd, 2014 by Erica England
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Builder’s Jason Forrest wrote an awesome article, Unleavable Culture, focused on developing a company culture so amazing your employees can’t imagine working anywhere else. As I read Jason’s article, I couldn’t help but think about the similarities between what employees want out of their relationships with an organization, and what homeowners want out of their relationships […]