Lennar Home Lakeville MNAweful Construction

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7 year old townhouse has major construction defects. Driveway sinking in, bathroom electrical does not work, sub floors squeak more then 80 year old house and have dips and sections coming up that can visually see through layer of pad and carpet. Leaking roofs due to bad insulation in the attick. Contacted Lennar about these issues to give them opportunity to repair they sent out a person to pull back the carpet and review subfloors in areas. He sanded down the peaks, did not replace. The sub floor was glued down without nails and even though failing, still did not replace or use nails. As to all the other items, our 200 unit townhome association has been in a construction defect lawsuit for in excess of a million dollars for 2 years. First clue that they are sued a lot, they are self insured and have large employee staff of in house attorney's. If you want a house with driveway sinking in so have duck bathing pond at end of driveway, concrete that is cracked and heaving, electrical that does not work, roof that leaks, poorly insulated attick and sub floors that are worse then 80 year old house, then I would say buy a Lennar home. There are plenty of other builders in Minneapolis that build with quality and stand behind their homes. While they may cost a few thousand dollars more upfront, a Lennar home will cost you much more than that after two years when it starts to show it's lack of quality.

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