At Townwood Homes, we're proud to be celebrating "30 years of Craftsmanship and Design." What that really means is that time flies when you're following your passion. And that we are!
In 1974, Townwood President Tony Guglietti had a vision of land becoming more than topography. Of a place where individuals and families could co-exist and be proud to call home. Of homes crafted with the care an artist uses in applying paint to evoke beauty and meaning on a canvas. Of workmanship that adds even more value over time.
Tony's vision has become reality, with dozens of charming Townwood Homes communities nurturing vibrant lifestyles across the Greater Toronto Area. The company has focused on residential communities, because as he says, It's what we do best. Townwood has built thousands of homes for the entire range of the new home buying public, from sprawling luxury estate residences to affordable homes for first-timers.
Wherever our homeowners are on that spectrum, they appreciate the same exacting standards of excellence that have served as the foundation for the trust we have earned. Our slogan - Always the Leader - is much more than lip service. During the last three decades, we passed right by complacency and devoted time and resources to venture into leading edge design, construction innovation and forward-thinking community concepts.
Our company has set many standards to which others have aspired. Townwood was the first builder to use concrete roof tiles and ground source heat systems in homes. When the needs of an aging population emerged, we reintroduced the bungalow and duplex to the marketplace. Recognizing the need for people to live, work and grow within their homes, we were the first builder in the GTA to offer whole home automation with the Home Director from IBM as a standard feature in all our communities.
Townwood was also one of the original builders of both Erin Mills in Mississauga and Springdale in Brampton, two of Canada's exemplary master-planned communities. A willingness to accept and embrace change is what has helped us thrive through the economic roller coaster of the past 30 years. We believe that stability has a lot to do with why homeowners purchase from us time and time again. Townwood offers a higher comfort level in every sense of the word.
These enormous accomplishments have happened through teamwork inspired by Tony Guglietti's hands-on approach to home building. A former engineer, this congenial builder's face is well known to sales staff, trades professionals and homeowners. He regularly visits sites-in-progress and is involved in every aspect of the business, from design to after-sales service. His passion touches everyone associated with Townwood, and has a lot to do with why so many of our employees and trades people have been with us for many, many years.
And now the second generation of the Guglietti family is carrying on these established traditions. Tony's son Paul and daughter Angela are involved in various aspects of the company, including interior design and construction progress. Having them serve on Townwood's talented, knowledgeable team provides a continuity that will inspire continued success.
It's all about family and passion. We have great faith in our employees who we believe is second to none, trades and suppliers, and we are proud to have earned the ongoing trust of thousands of homeowners.
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