With Labor Day upon us, we’re paying tribute to the Taylor Morrison building and construction teams. As with all the people who make sure our homebuyers get the quality and customer service they expect from Taylor Morrison, these folks put their energy and dedication into their craft. Their goal? To make sure homebuyers love their new homes.
Whether we’re building a new townhome in Southern California or vacation home in Sarasota, FL, you can be assured that the men and women constructing your home uphold the Taylor Morrison difference.
It’s All About Trust
We truly believe that the home we’re building for you is the most important thing we do. That’s why we work hard to make sure the homebuilding experience is seamless for our homebuyers, from start to finish. And one of the reasons Taylor Morrison is recognized as America’s Most Trusted® Home Builder.
Standing Behind What We Build
When we build a home, we treat it as a home we’d want to live in. We know it’s designed and built well, and will accommodate your needs. You can see it in the knowledge and passion our people have for what they do. No cut corners, no skimming over the details.
Your Voice Matters
You should feel comfortable with, and have the utmost trust for, the people building your new home. Our teams make sure to uphold our Signature Pledge so you can have peace of mind.
It starts by building a partnership with you, the homebuyer. You’re included at every step, from the first pre-construction meeting, option and upgrade selections, construction, all they way through your warranty period.
By listening to you, and by asking and answering questions throughout the process, the trusted, skilled people who build your new home can develop a home that fits the needs and preferences of you and your family. So you can love your home as much as we do.
This Labor Day
Taylor Morrison wishes you and yours, and all the people who are so committed to the work they do on your behalf, a happy, reflective Labor Day weekend. We invite you to look at our Legacy of Innovation, a timeline that spans our beginnings in 1880 through today.