The above HVAC installer did our home at 860 San Marco Court in Myrtle Beach, SC. A worker came to change out our thermostat because he said the wrong one was installed. At the same time he sold us a maintenance contract which we paid for that day. We have been here six months and called them to come do the maintenance. Five phone calls to their answering service and we still have not received a call back from them.
We assumed this contractor was reputable since your company had them doing your new home installs. Since this is not warranty work, the warranty service people can not help us. I was told they are still doing work for Beazer. Can someone from corporate contact this company and find out why they are not backing up their contract with them for maintenace.
Gene and Mary Carangelo
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We purchased a home in the above mentioned community. So far all is ok with home. We did have an issue with...
I have received 2 notification from this HOA team, one for popping ariel fireworks which were unfound and unsubstantiated and the other is the misdescription of a canopy tent, which they claim was a fixed structure and needed ARC approval. I have lived in Burson ranch for over a year after 43 years of government service (retired)and encouraged both my nephew and a close family friend to buy homes here, which they did, but now with this ridiculous HOA company, this is slowly becoming a place that I don't want in live in nor will I recommend Burson Ranch to any other family members and friends as the place to buy and live. Many residences feel uncomfortable with this company, it shows no common sense, intimidating and feels like a police-community with the HOA looking over your shoulders. This is not the way I envisioned my retirement to be. Get a company that adds to the community and enriches it, not one that has out-dated rules and regulations with no common sense approach of dealing with community issues. We need an HOA comprised of members from this community, not an outsider.
When we moved in our Beazer home in 2016. We noticed the ac did not work correctly in some of our bedrooms a few months after move in. I reached out to Beazer and I was informed that is was a thermostat issue. I was told to make sure I was keeping the thermostats at least 5 degree different from each other. We tried it and the rooms still continue to be warmer than any other rooms in the home. Months later the problem continued to get worse but in other rooms of the home. I called again and I was told to call warranty to take a look at it. The problem still exists and no one wants to take responsibility for it. Last year someone from Beazer warranty came out to look at the ac again but stated there's not a problem. Here we are 3 years later and the problem is even worse. Our ac is not cooling now and Who knows what else is wrong with it. I know from day one that there was a problem with this ac system. We want our ac fixed as this is a very hot summer
The picture is the attic ac unit that has a small split where air is escaping
Our homesite required an enormous amount of fill in order to fit the house on the lot The fill dirt was not properly compacted nor allowed the time necessary to naturally compact before we signed for the house (80 days start to finish). After living in the house for some 20 months it became increasingly apparent that settling of the fill soil was taking place to the extent that my backyard has now an excessive slope and a deep depression. Evidence shows that the soil is flattening out and spreading. I have reported the problem to the Beazer warranty dept. but because it is not construction related the warranty dept. has forwarded the compliant to the Land Development Dept. for action. The warranty dept. sent one of their employees to take photos and assess the situation. He reported findings that affirmed my analysis. The report was forwarded to land development 8 days ago and I was told they would contact me to further look at the situation. So far I have been completely ignored by these people. They do not even respond when their own area QC supv. asks for a response. I am in the process of having a soil engineering firm evaluate the situation but based on experience to date I do not think that this action will
precipitate a response from the responsible dept. I have sent emails and a certified letter as well as numerous phone calls to responsible people/departments at Beazer but, so far, have rec'd no meaningful response
The carpet in the basement is not properly installed and keeps on squeaking, Kindly look in the matter. Also...
In November of 2017 I purchased a Home (the Rockwell Model) which is a 2519 sq. ft. home. In June when It...
I have purchase this home in Reserve at Sawgrass, Orlando. I have had small issues like carpet nails, cracks on the walls, garage floors and so. Lately my AC unit stopped working. I called the number on the unit AIRFLOW which is the company that's installed the unit, the guy charged me 60$ and the result was the unit needs to be replaced.
New home and new AC unit decided to get a second opinion while still trying to get in touch with beazar homes reps. The AC tech comes in and does the leak test and says that the unit was installed incorrectly underground and hence the leak and another 120$ charge. At this point I am frustrated and call the Beazar homes only to be told that the warranty is done and so cannot do anything.
I paid 350, 000$ and I am having construction issues for which Beazar homes is responsible. Please be conscious and well informed when dealing with Beazar homes
I hope to be heard openly & honestly. I purchased my Beazer home in Charleston SC in the fall of 2015 & my...
We purchased our home almost 3 years ago;however, the sink was definitely put in as a shotty job! Sinks are...
I had requested before my warranty ends from Beazer to check on my 2nd AC unit as my first one had issue...
I purchased my first home in October 2006 while I was in Iraq doing contract work. I served in the US ARMY for 7 years, then 3 months after being out of the service - I joined a contract job in IRAQ to continue helping out my country. My sister was my power of attorney and signed all the paperwork for me. We found a brand new home in the Wildomar/Murrieta area with Beazer homes and I was pre-approved right away because of my good credit and income.
At the time, I was pre-approved for 100% financing with an interest rate at 6% on the 1st loan (80%) and 8% on the 2nd loan (20%). Beazer Homes said that if I used their mortgage company they would "throw" in 20K in upgrades and pay for my closing costs. They also said they could beat my lst mortgage interest rate with a 5.5% interest only 5 Year ARM vs. the 6% my bank was offering. This sounded perfect!
Little did we know, the loan officer was crooked (Linda Smith). She verbally told us the rate was 5.5% and when my sister signed the loan paperwork, she also explained it to her that it was a 5.5% interest only 5 Year ARM. What she neglected to say and point out in the large stack of loan papers was that the 5.5% rate was a negative amoritazation rate and that my REAL interest rate is 8.5%. (Linda Smith and Beazer mortgage would be making a killing on this loan by marking my interest rate up - that meant a great deal of money in Linda's pocket - at my expense!!!)
Once I received my closing paperwork and first mortgage statement - we realized we had been conned. Needless to say, I love this home and want to keep it. I have perfect credit and decided to pay the 8.5% interest rate for a year and then just refinance when my one year prepayment penalty was up. This meant I was stuck in Iraq doing contract work for a year more than I planned. This also meant leaving behind my new wife (married in 3/2007) in a large home all by herself. I am working to pay for a home I can not even live in or enjoy.
Now a year later with the decline in home values - I can not even refinance. EMC Mortgage could easily give me a loan modification but they say I have to leave my job in IRAQ and fall behind on my payments before they will assist me. This is bull! I am basically risking my life to be able to pay down all my other bills so I can "hopefully" one day come home and join the police force and afford my mortgage. I have worked too hard to have a credit score of above 720 to just throw it all away because Beazer Mortgage/Linda Smith and EMC Mortgage are not ethical.
Note: I am not the only buyer that Beazer Mortgage conned. My next door neighbor is in the same scenario.