We have created some helpful guides to ensure that buying your new Tilia home is as simple as possible.

With more than 70 years’ experience, Tilia Homes proudly builds quality new-build homes and communities across the country.

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The New Homes Quality Code and Ombudsman Service

The New Homes Quality Code replaces the Consumer Code and supports consumers through their house buying journey.

What is the NHQC?

The NHQC champions quality new homes and better consumer outcomes. It’s main purpose it to help buyers to understand the levels of service they should expect from us as your homebuilder.

It also allows you to feel completely informed about your purchase and helps you to understand your consumer rights both before and after you’ve the keys in your hand and moved into your brand-new home.

In the unlikely event that things don’t go quite right, the NHQC offers the option to refer complains to an independent New Homes Ombudsman Service.

The Consumer Code for Home Builders

The Consumer Code for Home Builders is an industry-led scheme introduced in 2010 which gives protection and rights to the purchasers of new homes.

Tilia Homes proudly complies with the Consumer Code for Home Builders. If you need more information on the exact requirements of the Code, please ask a Sales Executive for a copy.

You can find out more information about the Code here.

Contact our team

At Tilia Homes we’re committed to delivering the highest standards in design, construction and service to all our customers, and you can have peace of mind knowing that our homes come with a two-year guarantee and a further eight-year warranty under the National House Builders Council (NHBC).

Even though our homes are built with care and attention to detail, sometimes things go wrong. When they do, we take it very seriously and work swiftly and professionally to resolve the matter and have a robust complaints procedure in place in ensure concerns can be addressed efficiently.

Please view our complaints procedure here.