PRLog - Jan. 24, 2013 - Quality First Home Improvement, Inc. a Sacramento, Redding, San Jose and other Northern California locations with Reno, Nevada has been awarded the prestigious Diamond Certified symbol for the sixth consecutive year after being rated highest in quality in ongoing customer satisfaction ratings performed by American Ratings Corporation.
In order to earn Diamond Certified, a local service company must apply to be rated by American Ratings Corporation (ARC) and pass each step of its twelve-step rating and certification process. ARC actually pulls a random sample of past customers from the applicant company’s files and surveys typically 100 customers by telephone. Not only do the customers rate the applicant company on a 1 to 10 scale for quality, but also they indicate their willingness to return or refer other consumers to the company. Most companies can’t pass the rating because a customer satisfaction survey score of greater than 90 on a 100 scale is required. In addition, ARC verifies liability and workers’ compensation insurance, state license status, complaint status, business practices, financial stability and legal judgment status. Additionally, ongoing customer satisfaction surveys are conducted to ensure the Diamond Certified Company is maintaining its high customer satisfaction.
We are so excited to have the opportunity to be Diamond Certified, and we want to add another year onto our record. We strive to make 2013 a year like none before, and keep Diamond Certified as a recommendation. We couldn’t be more grateful for the customers we serve and keep, we only hope to keep the satisfaction of the people we serve and hope they keep coming back for more!
“Personally, I’ve been focused on rating local service companies for the past 15 years and I’m always impressed at how certain organizations are so focused on satisfying their customers. Your Company Name is one of those special companies,” said Jim Stein, Founder and CEO of American Ratings Corporation.
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