Anything but Standard Inclusions in Toowoomba
With a number of new staff joining the team and site works underway on their new display home, the year is progressing well for Stroud Homes Toowomba. The new display home will be located at The Avenues of Highfields and it will be a Wildflower 256 featuring an Alpine Façade.
Jen Draper from Stroud Homes Toowoomba Sales team believes that visiting a display home is the best way to experience what you would be getting if you built a Stroud Home. “It doesn’t get better than being able to walk through and see standard inclusions and the quality finishes first hand,” says Jen.
These standard inclusions are anything but standard in quality. “We work hard to make sure that our standard inclusions are second to none,” says Jen. “Clients often comment on how we have eliminated the need to spend a huge amount on upgrades, for them to get a quality home.”
This peace of mind for clients is important as they know that there won’t be additional costs for things like toilet roll holders, driveways and doorstops mounting up.
“It takes the guesswork out or building because you know upfront exactly what your home will look like and how much it will cost,” Jen tells us.
It’s hard for Jen to put her finger on the one inclusion that is most important for a good build and pleased client. “I don’t think it comes down to just a single inclusion.
The service delivered to the client, combined with the end product are both what results in a happy client.” Although, there are several standard inclusions in their range that are of an extremely high standard and worth mentioning. These include:
With standard inclusions of this level, not many of Jen’s clients feel that desire to upgrade. However, if they do want to splash out, upgrades usually occur in the kitchen.
“The kitchen is such an important part of the home and is where the family spends a lot of time, especially in a great open plan design.”