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Westerman Homes Awarded the Home Builders Federation 5 Star Rating


The HBF 5 Star survey is designed to provide buyers with information about house builders to help guide their purchasing decision, and to encourage excellent levels of service to be delivered by developers nationally.

Picture shows from left to right: Mike Freshney Non Executive Director Westerman Homes, HBF Executive Chairman Stewart Baseley, Westerman Homes Sales Manager Julie Whitehouse, Nigel Glenister Property and Customer Service Executive Westerman Homes, and Ray Hall Build Manager Westerman Homes.

Robert Westerman Managing Director said: “Our team’s commitment to quality and customer service has resulted in Westerman Homes being awarded an HBF 5 star status. We are one of only 21 house builders in the country to be awarded five stars this year.  The results are confirmation of the fantastic progress made by all areas of the business in recent years, with our employee’s delivering the highest levels of service to all our customers. To achieve such a high level of customer satisfaction requires commitment from board to site and is a fantastic achievement.”

“Over 90% of our customers say they would be willing to recommend Westerman Homes to a friend.”

The customer satisfaction survey is a way of measuring the level of customer service house builders achieve. The scheme is an independently monitored survey of  the people who really matter to our industry, our customers. HBF and NHBC (National House-Building Council)launched the latest survey results at an event in London yesterday (Tuesday 26th March).

The HBF national survey of house builders is a self – completion census completed by the purchasers of new homes. They are carried out by NHBC and cover the 12 months from October 2017 to September 2018.

The HBF Star Ratings are independent and based on results of the National New Homes Survey. The survey is operated by the NHBC and is entirely independent of any builder or builder group and is independently validated by Reading University.