Atlanta, GA, March 5, 2009
Schantz Home Improvement Company, a leading remodeler in Atlanta, GA, announced today that the company has been awarded a 2009 Guildmaster Award for exceptional customer satisfaction. Schantz Home Improvement Company was one of 95 homebuilders, contractors, developers, and home services companies throughout North America recognized for their superlative performance.
â€œSchantz Home Improvement Company is proud to be included in such an elite group for our superior customer service by Guild Quality. We pride ourselves in providing the best customer service we can, and will continue to self evaluate ourselves for even greater performance in the future.
We’re excited to recognize the great performance of Schantz Home Improvement Company, said Geoff Graham, founder and president of GuildQuality. Their passion for delivering a superior customer experience shines through in the feedback we received from their customers.
About Schantz Home Improvement Company
Schantz Home Improvement Company was incorporated in 2000 by Greg Schantz, son of John Schantz and grandson of Frank Schantz, previous Presidents of Schantz Homes, Inc. Schantz Homes, Inc. was founded by Frank Schantz in 1946 in Rochester, NY and continues to build quality home today. Schantz Home Improvement Company follows in the footsteps of Schantz Homes to assure a superior customer experience.
GuildQuality provides customer satisfaction surveying and performance reporting for over 500 homebuilders, remodelers, and contractors in North America. GuildQuality collects feedback directly from customers and reports back to the building professional through a web-based service. On average, more than 70% of customers respond to GuildQuality surveys, and their feedback includes rich commentary and quantitative ratings.
About the Guildmaster Awards
Once a year, GuildQuality recognizes exceptional customer service with the Guildmaster Awards. Visit the Guildmaster section of the GuildQuality website to see information about all 2009 Award Winners, or visit the GuildQuality blog to read about the awards qualifications.