1. All customers are created equal.
At Brandy Lane Homes, we design and build compact one-bedroom suites, sprawling double penthouses and everything in-between. No matter what our clients need we know how important their purchase is – often the largest financial decision of their lives. Each and every client is a valued customer who deserves the highest level of care and attention. After all, “home” is at the heart of what we do, and every homeowner is important to us.
2. We build what we promise.
We are committed to delivering what we promise. This includes a home that matches the visual representations our purchasers used to aid in their decisions. See for yourself by looking at our marketing images and comparing them to the finished product. Whether it’s the beautiful and grand lobby at The Station Condos on the Subway or the skating rink at Collingwoods’ Wyldewood Cove, we always do our very best to deliver on your expectations. At Brandy Lane Homes, we make artists’ impressions become your reality!
3. We build on our experience.
Brandy Lane Homes was founded in 1986 and has built numerous fine, new-home communities. We are proud to say that many of our exceptional staff have been with the company for decades; some even live in the homes they’ve built! We are integrated, knowledgeable and experienced and we continue to build on our know-how to set the bar for design, quality and service.
4. You can always get us on the phone.
Approachability is a hallmark of Brandy Lane Homes. Unlike many other builders, we respond promptly to phone calls and emails – every time. Even our President and CEO makes his phone number and email address available to our purchasers. We want to speak with you when you want to speak with us. Simple. Easy. Direct.
5. We listen to our purchasers.
Our buyers are our most important source of information. By listening to you, we continually accommodate the needs and wants of our ever-changing demographic. “Would I live here?” has become something of a corporate mantra. Our CEO, David Hirsh, believes that “where we live is not only a reflection of ourselves; it’s an important part of our overall socio-economic well-being. If I can’t see myself living in any of our homes and communities, well, we’ve done something wrong. We may not be perfect, but we never stop learning and reaching for the best we can be for those who have placed their trust in