They say that “You are the average of the five people you surround yourself with.” At Mueller Homes, we choose our associations carefully. We align with industry associations, subcontractors, and suppliers who replicate our core values of quality, integrity, and exceptional service. These associations and partners are consistently rated among the top in their industry. We are especially proud to say that we continue to work with many of our suppliers and contractors who have been with us since the inception of our company, over three decades ago.
Our industry associations and affiliations include the Maryland Building Industry Association (MBIA), the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Annapolis Design District, the Residential Warranty Corporation, the National Association of Home Builders and the prestigious Builder 20 Club program. We believe that by working with these organizations to share knowledge and best practices, we are not only making Mueller Homes a stronger company, but serving as leaders in the home-building industry to improve quality and home building standards for all.
Mueller Homes is a proud member of The Builder 20 Club called the Premier Builders Group. The Premier Builders Group is an exclusive organization of premium luxury custom home builders from across the nation. Club members meet twice a year to share wisdom and best practices and improve the performance and integrity of their companies and the industry as a whole, covering every aspect of custom home building, including construction practices, client services and satisfaction, successful financial performance, architecture, and engineering.
By partnering with some of the most respected homebuilders in the nation, we can draw upon the experience and knowledge of the very best in the industry. When new or unique challenges arise with a home design or construction technique, we can turn to our Builder 20 partners to help deliver the best possible answer and results for our clients. Our Builder20 Club is comprised of the following: