I had done my research and knew that I wanted to build with Quality, I had compared the various Manufacturers of Modular builds and clearly Quality was the one we knew was right for us. The entire process from start to finish was smooth, supported and clear. We stayed on budget, got the home we dreamed of and had fun throughout the process! We moved in within 6 months of the first visit to the models in Grimsby. 4 years later I still love everything about our home, and if we were to ever move, I'd do it all again with Quality Homes without a doubt!
Quality set our house Oct. 31 2016 and it did not pass occupancy until mid Jan. 2017. The basement floor is not what we asked for or excepted.
The fire place is not what it is in the signed blue print.
The heating system is not heating as designed. One cold air return does not seem to be connected in side the wall. Tarion inspector says that things look good to them and I cannot except them to do anything to make it right. We are still hoping something will change as of March 2018
Major disappointment, Do not recommend this builder.
We had thought that we invested in our dream house.
Twelve years in, and dozens of problems later (many of which existed since day one)...the countdown is on until we can sell it. We will not recommend this builder.
The convenience of a modular home is not worth the hassle. Don't be woo'd by the "built inside a factory" story..fit and finish is not as good as you would expect.
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A quick note to explain the cost - this is an additional $40,000 to the cost of my new home for complete independence and 100% barrier free home.
Quality Engineered Homes has a strategic vision of providing Ontario’s disabled with the opportunity to say hello to a new freedom, independence and quality of life. Quality Homes has unveiled the Liberty Series, a new line of personalized accessible homes featuring innovative designs and products. As Ontario’s leader in personalized accessible homes, Quality Homes will provide its customer with all the structural requirements needed to make a house accessible providing homeowners with the ability to maintain their mobility and independence.
Howard Sher’s (Executive Vice-President of Quality Homes) initiative and insight propelled Quality into a substantial investment of time and resources over the past several years. Under Howard’s leadership Quality conducted extensive product research, staff training, development of marketing tools and finally design and construction of a model home to showcase their ‘Liberty Series’ design and products.
The Liberty Series has made accessibility an integral part of Quality’s current and future marketing plan. Accessibility means making its product (and all aspects of its business) fit the needs and personal style of all its customers. It means going well beyond ramps and handrails to look at all the options and accessibility features that will make a house a home.
Many of the barrier-free features are equally appealing to those without physical disabilities. These include families with small children; empty nesters who are building new homes and do not want to have to move in five or 10 years or if they become ill or disabled; and families who want their home to be barrier-free for friends and relatives.
Quality Homes recognizes that disability is a part of the human experience and that accessible housing is an increasing need as Ontario’s population ages. Quality Homes is built on a foundation of professional expertise and personal services and are collaboratively working to provide Ontario’s disabled and aging in place populations with truly accessible housing.
All customers, of all abilities, can appreciate Quality’s model homes; and all customers are greeted with the same degree of enthusiasm and attention from the sales team. People interested in barrier-free features and designs are met with knowledgeable staff who have barrier-free attitudes.
Congratulations Quality Homes on having the insight to recognize an unmet need and THANK YOU!!!