Pulte Homesfrench doors wood rotting

We purchased a pulte home in 2006 we have had several problems. The air conditioning did not work; we had to have it repaired; now we found out that the french doors leading to the deck the wood that holds them together is rottening; the deck is a joke the wood is cracking and not safe to walk on. The cabinets in the kitchen is two different colors; the kitchen window is no secure there is an opening at the bottom of both windows; the list can go on.

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  • Lo
    Lonay Dec 29, 2014

    On going complaint, but before you are rushed into closing, just step back and know that once you sign off your stuck with the problems. Do NOT close until all problems are resolved, no matter what they promise or tell you .

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  • Pu
    Pulte Problems Apr 25, 2011

    Which media did you deal with? We have big problems and are going to go the publicity route.
    Chris, [email protected]

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  • La
    Lacawana Jan 26, 2011

    That's what we were thinking as well. Seems as if our media broadcast got influenced by Pulte and now the news channel management has discontinued broadcasting any further reagrding the Pulte Problem in the Northern Va area.

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  • Bi
    billfelk Dec 11, 2009

    Does Pulte Homes leverage ad dollars so media ignores protests by fired workers and disgruntled homeowners? This video is interesting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlbwtL-Wgyk

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