My wife & I had a "Signature Collection" Hanover home built in North Florida 2006. Since that time, among several "punch list" problems such as poor quality drywall and electrical mis-wiring, the shingles have slid off the roof 5 times; a roof leak rotted the rear wall and caused mold; and substandard construction allowed a water leak in a side wall that resulted in termite damage that went undetected. America's Home Place repaired the roofing and leak problems, but we had to pay for proper termite treatment, which required drilling holes in the slab, and for the cost of the repair to the wall. We're out almost $2,000 thanks to the poor build quality. AHP offered to pay if we'd sign a waiver against ALL future problems (which would include the roof). After consulting a lawyer, we declined.We are now preparing to sue the company to recover our money.
We've owned several homes in Florida, both used and new, and this is the worst one we've ever owned. America's Home Place has a quote on Linked In that says "Following the Principles Over Profit philosophy of other successful business leaders, Mr. Conner believed that if you provided customers a quality built home, at a better price, and treated customers with respect always following good, honest principles, our business would be successful."
We've found that to be false. We urge potential home buyers to avoid America's Home Place. Our home's problems are documented at www.americashomeplace.info
Product or Service Mentioned: Americas Home Place House Construction.
Monetary Loss: $1903.