Grand Homes (Dallas,Texas) News
Posted on August 2, 2016

Award Winning Dallas Home Builder Celebrating 30th Anniversary

Established in 1986, Consumers’ Choice Award winner, Grand Homes, has set architectural trends in home building for 3 decades. Building 400 semi-custom homes a year in 30 neighborhoods around the Metroplex, Grand Homes envisions a future of unbounded opportunity.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 2, 2016

Grand Homes is celebrating its 30th year building extraordinary homes and creating an extraordinary experience for our homeowners. Grand Homes was established in 1986 by its founder Stephen H. Brooks. He felt there was a need in the Dallas housing market for a company comprised of hardworking people dedicated to building quality homes. Homes that featured designs consumers wanted.

Grand’s first community, The Collections at Valley Ranch, was an instant success. It offered designs for the executive lifestyle that were attractive to the young professional. The community landed Grand Homes its first Home and Apartment Builder’s Award for best product in Dallas. Grand Homes had made its mark on the Dallas housing market, and has continued to do so with its communities through the years.

The rapid growth and immediate success of Grand Homes can be attributed to the creativity and dedication of Stephen Brooks. With over 30 years’ experience in the home building industry, he has been a key force in setting architectural trends. Grand Homes has sculpted some of the most popular features in the Dallas market such as front porches, stone accented exteriors and second story verandahs.

Grand Homes has been the recipient of Builder Magazine’s America’s Best Builder award twice, has been named the Dallas Home Builder’s Association Best Builder twice, has received the Consumers’ Choice Award nine years running and has received the prestigious Lee Evans Award for Business Excellence.

Grand Homes prides itself on its charitable arm, Grand Beginnings, started in 2006 when a team of co-workers walked the Komen Breast Cancer 3-Day. Since then, the company has built 6 Homes for HOPE, 4 homes in Tijuana with Grace Presbyterian Church and Baja Christian Ministries, The Imbirikani Girls School and The Grand Church in Kenya.

Grand Homes’ People Matter initiative saw the organization of their Culture Committee. This group of employees have put on many fun events for their co-workers as well as countless fundraising projects for North Texas Food Bank, Toys for Tots, Family Place plus gathering school supplies and toys for their trade partners. Most recently, the committee started the Blue Hearts Foundation to raise funds for the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation.

The company’s mission is to improve the quality of life of their Customers, Employees and Trade Partners through the Grand Homes experience. With this uncompromising commitment, Grand Homes continues to thrive in the Dallas market with innovative, award-winning architectural designs and a world-class workforce that builds over 400 semi-custom homes a year in 30 neighborhoods around the metroplex.

For more information about Grand Homes go to ?Please contact Dawn Cawood at (972) 387-6005 or dcawood(at)grandhomes(dot)com

About The Consumers’ Choice Award: ?Established in 1987, the Consumers’ Choice Award® identifies and promotes businesses that deliver customer service excellence. The Consumers’ Choice Award® has retained a leading independent research firm to conduct surveys in U.S. cities; Atlanta, Columbus, Cincinnati and Dallas. The winners are determined by consumers and not by a panel of judges. The survey covers a broad range of categories of interest to both the public and business communities. Its purpose is to publicly identify those establishments that have been voted by consumers as being their choice for excellence. The Consumers’ Choice Award® is a most prestigious tribute to local businesses that serve their communities well. The program is encouraged by all levels of government and by business leaders.

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