Our Promise

Wentworth Builders guarantees the care, beauty, and superb functionality we put into every project we take on. Craftsmanship does not happen simply by using the best tools, the best materials, or through vast expenses. Craftsmanship is a philosophy; it's about doing things right the first time.

Whether we are constructing a complicated staircase, or maintaining a project schedule, we have the experience and ability our clients deserve. Our project managers, foremen, and craftsmen are committed to assisting our clients with every detail. To achieve a beautifully built home, each project depends on the organization and accomplishment of many stages. With our dedication to beautifully finished details and our emphasis on customer service, we work closely with our clients to conceive their goals and construct the homes they dream of.

Wentworth's Promise

  1. Honesty
    • Time and Material billing
    • Open book budget
    • Gant Chart scheduling
    • 'Say it-Do it' execution
  2. Integrity
    • Established Credibility within the community
    • Unwavering excellent financial responsibility
    • Employee Loyalty and lack of turnover
    • Subcontractor and Supplier long-term relationships
  3. Craftmanship
    • Design Education
    • Structural Background
    • Employees Empowered to execute best practices
    • Combined employee experience
  4. Communication
    • Open Lines establish client rapport
    • Identify Client Concern and Assurance
    • Organization of clients' notes and selections
    • Regular scheduled client and subcontractor site meetings
  5. Personal Attention
    • 'Ownership' of project
    • Empowerment of all workers to know clients' vision
    • Understanding 'Custom' = 'Personal Attention'
    • Ernest desire to produce the vision of the client
My son Trent, who is 29 and buying and rehabbing houses in Cincinnati has just arrived. He has been in Australia visiting his brother on his first vacation in years and this is why he has not been here yet. He has walked this house in and out. It was dark and he was still outside with a flashlight. And he is in awe. When we told him we were going to tear down and be in at the end of June, he was very concerned. He is young in the game, but he sees something incredible. Tomorrow, he will walk the house in and out, which is what I would imagine you also would do for your parents. But, he is not looking for something wrong, but learning from your craftsmanship. Once again I thank you.