The Quadrant Quality Difference
Each Quadrant home is carefully crafted to the highest quality standards. Our 40-year track record speaks for itself. Thousands of homeowners, hundreds of new home communities and a 99% willingness from our customers to refer us to others prove the Quadrant difference.
We use the best construction materials and methods in the industry and invite you to visit a Quadrant community to see first-hand why and how we stand behind every home we build.
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- A subsidiary of The Weyerhaeuser Company with over 40 years’ experience building, delivering and warranting thousands of homes in hundreds of new home communities throughout the Northwest.
- 99% willingness-to-refer rate; 40% of all new homeowners referred by existing homeowners.
- A home built to the highest quality using a consistent centralized schedule that measures and monitors every task daily and has been doing so for over 12 years.
- A home built by well-established, highly-skilled vendors who have been partnered with us for over a decade.
- Community superintendents who focus solely on quality, customer and safety.
- Vendors know exactly when to be working in your home each day.
- A personal tour and inspection of your home with the lead superintendent during the construction process a minimum of 4 times
- Dedicated Personal Service Representative assigned to you the day you get your keys.
- A safety record unmatched by any builder in the nation.
- Framed wall sections constructed offsite in a controlled environment prior to delivery for the highest quality.
- Floor systems built with engineered joists and a premium floor sheathing designed to perform in this climate and exceeds building code standards by 25%.
- A subfloor that is glued and screwed to the joists to provide a stronger floor and minimize floor squeaks.
- Premium Tyvek housewrap and a specific weather protection and inspection program to protect against air infiltration and water intrusion.
- A specific plan and process for measuring and managing any potential moisture in the home during construction.
- Exterior wood trim made of a naturally rot-resistant wood (such as cedar)
- Energy efficient white vinyl low E glass windows that have been delivered and installed by certified installers immediately upon delivery
- A heating system designed to be completely within the building envelope to deliver the most energy efficient system possible
- A furnace that is installed, but then protected including all the duct work until the house is completed, using additional heating sources to build the home, leaving a brand clean unused furnace when the home is turned over to you.
- A roof that has been carefully re-inspected by the builder prior to delivery to be sure the roof is in perfect condition before turnover
- Huge, oversized bedrooms; most with walk-in closets.
- Double doors at master bedrooms (per plan).
- Satin nickel hardware.
- Hardwood flooring at entry and powder, stain-resistant carpet throughout.
- Conduit from crawlspace to attic to provide convenience and flexibility for future wiring.
- Your choice of 8’ or 9’ ceilings (per plan).
- Walk in pantries and mudrooms.
Our centralized building process is unique in the industry. We have crafted a 54-point building process that creates predictability and consistency, allowing our superintendents to place their focus solely on quality rather than on scheduling. Each home is inspected every single day during construction (yes, every day), with each inspection reported to a centralized command center that monitors progress.
The benefit of being the state’s largest builder is that we are afforded the luxury of working with vendor partners who are the best in the business. Many of them have been building homes with us for well over a decade. Their level of expertise in their field is unquestionable. All of this amounts to a home that is not only one-of-a-kind for each and every customer, but built to the highest building standards, often above even what building code requires.