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Since CP Morgan's bankruptcy, there are several brand new home owners who's warranties are still valid, who's warranty issues are not being taken care of. There are so many things going wrong with our home that is less than a year old. Nobody to fix the problems. Less than 6 months after being built, several shingles have blown off, walls are cracking terribly, nail pops everywhere, entry doors leak and are uneven in the frames, our yard was not seeded or packed properly and we now have a huge cave in in our front yard, the beam that supports our upstairs is bowing, we might as well tear it down and start over.


  • Ri
    Rick.E Mar 19, 2014

    I bought a C.P. Morgan home in 2003. I picked the model and had the upgrades and improvements made with the VA loan people inspecting the home. Well what the VA couldn't see is that they shorted the amount of coolant in the AC unit to save money. The driveway started to sink at which time I called the builder and they told me I would get service, but they would have to "wait until it quit settling"...after waiting another several months I called them back only to be told "We are sorry sir...the driveway is out of warranty and we are not obligated to repair it!"...I told them what the technician said in front of me and my brother only to be ask.. "Did you get that in writing?" now my driveway had sank, broke and will have to be replaced. But not before my ten year old roof shingles with the 20 year warranty have to be replaced!...Yep apparently they used "staples" sparingly to attach the shingles and now when the wind blows they look like a loose toupee flapping in the breeze. I am waiting on the Shelter Insurance agent to look at the roof and the driveway today...I wonder what my part of the cost will be!...If I ever get out from under this home I will probably have to rebuild it first. BTW. As far as the wonderful appliances that they authorized to go in the home, the furnace spark igniter went out the first winter on a Sunday, it was covered although the guy tried to get me to pay the almost $400.00 bill out of my own pocket. Then just after a year the refrigerator main board went belly up!...I bought another board from the internet and fixed it myself. Then I complained to CP that the home heat vents were not putting out air upstairs, they blew me off telling me the upstairs was the same temperature as the main floor...That was and still is BS!...Then the AC unit tubes froze up and quit working. The AC unit was only six years old and the guy that came out to check it told me the AC unit was "old" and outdated and needed to be replaced...I told him to get lost. I got another repairman that told me it was leaking Freon just by rubbing his finger on the side of the furnace "splitting" the dust as his finger went down the side of the blower. I ask him why he didn't use his Freon gas leak detector to test for leaks...he didn't have one. I instructed him to fill the AC unit to the proper level and leave. It took two pounds, and it's been four years, and it survived the summer of 2012 that had 100 degree days many times here in Indy. I did some research only to find that there was scuttle butt of C.P Morgan builders shorting Freon to save money because Freon cost so much per pound and there are about 1000 CP homes here in Heartland Crossing. So it has been good so far. As for my shingles on my roof, apparently they used a sparingly small amount of "staples" instead of roof nails!...Last year my dryer quit working, I repaired it. I replaced the belt tension switch and bracket. Three months ago I was awakened to hear water dripping on my computer and desk in my bedroom. The toilet upstairs that isn't really used much was leaking between the tank and the toilet bowl. I repaired it and water vacuumed the carpet. At the top of the stairs is a long crack going down the side of the linen door frame, just to the front side, and across the ceiling for about two feet. I must have been out of my mind to buy this house! Rick in Indy...oh another BTW...I am an amateur astronomer and had...I said had a personal Skyshed Pod observatory in my back yard. The HOA at Heartland Crossing made me remove it with threats of law suits because "they don't allow sheds" at Heartland Crossing


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    Michele Cash May 18, 2016
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    I don't know if you will see this, but if you do, do you happen to know the brand of windows cp morgan used in 2003 in Indy? Can't seem to see it on the windows or in any paperwork. I bought my home second hand foreclosure. Thanks!

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