At Clarendon Homes, our days are filled with building happiness. It’s sort of our ‘thing’.
Yeah, of course we make great homes. You don’t get over 35 years in this business without that to your name.
But, beyond that, we put our hearts and our souls into it. Think about it like this (and forgive us if it’s a weak analogy): you always hear about food being ‘made with love’. Well, it’s exactly like that just on a way bigger, life changing, smile making scale. But it’s not just our homes that are made with love, it’s every little thing we here at Clarendon Homes do that’s made with love, too.
Our main purpose beyond building great homes for great people, is to spread joy to our customers, the community, our businesses partners and everyone else without our business, too. That’s why, from day one, our entire team know that they’re with us to build happiness.
Whether they’re accountants, timber delivery guys, frontline salespeople or in construction. Sure we’re pretty close to what we do so we might be biased, but we think it’s pretty darn special. It’s really nice knowing that there’s more behind what we do. More love. More laughs. You know?
It’s that feeling that our fearless leader, Peter Campbell had back when he build the first Clarendon Homes display home way back in 1978. And it’s that same feeling that kept him building on and building on, year after year for over three decades.
It’d take the most gifted of artists to convey the feeling that we get when we hand our customers the keys to their new homes, and we certainly can’t paint the emotion behind their smiles when they walk through their brand new place for the first time. But it’s those little/big things that keep us doing what we do each and every day. It’s those things that get us out of bed in the morning and keep us working year round.
Sure, “thankyous” are amazing, but it’s the smiles and emotion we get to see that pull at all of us at Clarendon Homes’ heartstrings. And so, now let us thank you. We get to change lives and build happiness each and every day, and we couldn’t do it without you.