GuildQuality customer satisfaction surveys enable homeowners to rate their contractor on a scale of zero to four (with zero being the worst and four being the best) in all sorts of categories. Our members can publish a summary of those answers here on their profile page, displaying a bar for as many or as few questions as they like. The score for each category indicates the percentage of survey respondents who answered a three or four to that particular question.Learn more about the feedback published on this page.
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We display two types of written homeowner feedback on GuildQuality member profile pages: Comments and Reviews.
In response to our customer satisfaction surveys, homeowners share lots of comments about construction quality, communication, or any other question asked in the survey. Guildmembers can selectively publish these comments here on their profile page.
Reviews are different than comments. These are star ratings that homeowners ask us to publish, and they come with a written description of the type of experience they had working with their contractor. We publish all of the reviews we receive: positive and negative alike.Learn more about reviews and comments.
As a GuildQuality Guildmember, Disaster One relies on our customer surveying to help them deliver an exceptional customer experience.
We have surveyed customers on behalf of Disaster One in Greensboro, NC; Fayetteville, NC; Charlotte, NC; Raleigh, NC; Tampa, FL; Winston Salem, NC; Atlanta, GA; High Point, NC; Wilmington, NC; Roanoke, VA; and 396 other cities in North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Virginia, South Carolina, and 3 other states.
In this report, Disaster One has published a summary of the customer feedback they've received since they joined GuildQuality in December 2015. In that time, 1,108 out of 2,768 customers (40%) responded to a GuildQuality satisfaction survey, with the most recent response in April 2017.
If you are a Disaster One customer, and if Disaster One completed work for you after December of 2015 but you haven't yet received a survey, please let us know.
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