National award goes to local builder as Wayne Homes takes NHQ silver

October 15, 2009

Uniontown, OH – After three and a half decades and 17,000 custom homes, Wayne Homes decided it was time to see how they compare nationally. Turns out they compare very well. Very well indeed.

Wayne Homes won the 2010 NHQ Silver, one of only two NHQ award winners nationwide and the first-ever winner in Ohio. Not bad for a first-time entry.
The National Housing Quality Award® is considered the toughest award in the entire homebuilding industry to win and perhaps the biggest award you’ve never heard of.

Companies are rigorously evaluated on construction quality, customer satisfaction, consistency, efficiency and many other key areas. The process is long and grueling, taking hundreds of man-hours to complete.

“We’ve won lots of awards over the years but this one means the most,” says Dave Logsdon, Wayne Homes President & CEO. “We’re even more pleased about what the award says for our customers. That we build homes to last. And the relationships we establish in the process last just as long.”

About Wayne Homes
For 36 years, Wayne Homes has built homes to perfectly suit each customer’s individual needs. Customers choose from 36 customizable floor plans, ranging from 1300 to 3500 square feet and from the $80s to $200s (plus land cost). Learn more about building a custom, energy-efficient home by visiting one of the company’s eight model home centers or by visiting

Find a Location near you. With 20 model homes throughout the midwest, there's a Wayne Homes close by.
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