The Habermehl brand is 54 years young, family-owned for two generations, bursting with a rich history of quality renovations. Our staff, suppliers and key trade partners are an excellent team of experienced and certified specialists that apply their technical experience with professionalism and creativity. We are longstanding members of the Nova Scotia Home Builders and Renovators Association.
Our mission at Habermehl is to provide every customer with the experience of "Excellence" through our core values. And our customers agree:
At Habermehl, we have always prided ourselves on delivering the best customer experience possible, while preventing communication gaps, scheduling confusions, and cost surprises. When the right new technologies come along, we challenge ourselves to embrace it, so that we pass the benefits onto you.
That's why we're one of the only contractors in the Halifax area who provide a truly next-generation client experience with Builder Trend: a state-of-the-art, all-in-one, cloud-based app that puts correspondence, collaboration, and documentation at your fingertips.
The whole process of the renovation was made much better by the use of Builder Trend to keep track of all the schedules, but also what decisions had to be made and when they had to be made. We were away for 17 days and each day they put something on to show the progression of the project.
We could get updates, pictures, and change orders immediately and respond to those even though we weren't here. I went on it two or three times a day, just to see what was going on. I thought it was a vital part of the experience."
Habermehl Design-Build-Renovate is one of the only firms in Nova Scotia to use Builder Trend, the industry-leading app that puts construction correspondence and documentation at our clients’ fingertips. Our on-site team posts photos and updates everyday to record their progress on the job. Check out a great example in this post!Read More
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