Mayer Homes St. Louis

★★☆☆☆
  • 755 South New Ballas

    St. Louis, MO 63131

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  • 314-997-2300

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I have a house with water sitting in the backyard never fixed then they tried to blame my irrigation. 3 CRACKS in my foundation. fixed the 1st, but the other 2 showed up in year 2. What a quality home. I have 2 rooms where the floor slop. The 1 year repairs they did lasted about 4 months then the cracks came back and peeling but they wouldn't fix again since it was past 1 year. They are HORRIBLE builders with no quality at all. Couldn't care less.

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I have a house with water sitting in the backyard never fixed then they tried to blame my irrigation. 3 CRACKS in my foundation. fixed the 1st, but the other 2 showed up in year 2. What a quality home. I have 2 rooms where the floor slop. The 1 year repairs they did lasted about 4 months then the cracks came back and peeling but they wouldn't fix again since it was past 1 year. They are HORRIBLE builders with no quality at all. Couldn't care less.

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We are the third home owners of a Mayer Home in Eureka, MO. We moved in April 2001, after three months our basement drainage pipe started backing up, note that we are on top of hill in the subdivision. I hired Kastner Plumbing to find the back up issue. When the plumber scoped the main drain under our foundation, we exposed the main waste pipe, we found a 6 foot piece of 2 x 4 in the main waste pipe. This was caused by the building of this Mayer Home and guess what, I got stuck with the issue,headache, and cost of fixing it. The workman ship on Mayer Home's is shoddy workman ship and this company has no accountablitiy in the houses they are building. New homeowners and New home buyers beware.

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We are the third home owners of a Mayer Home in Eureka, MO. We moved in April 2001, after three months our basement drainage pipe started backing up, note that we are on top of hill in the subdivision. I hired Kastner Plumbing to find the back up issue. When the plumber scoped the main drain under our foundation, we exposed the main waste pipe, we found a 6 foot piece of 2 x 4 in the main waste pipe. This was caused by the building of this Mayer Home and guess what, I got stuck with the issue,headache, and cost of fixing it. The workman ship on Mayer Home's is shoddy workman ship and this company has no accountablitiy in the houses they are building. New homeowners and New home buyers beware.

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Mayer Homes is a horrible company, run by inept people who certainly excel in passing the buck. Here's are two of my Mayer Homes stories.

I had a new house built about 5 years ago. It was built in the middle of winter. So, the driveway was poured during the coldest weather of the year. There are measures that a contractor can take to ensure that the concrete cures properly, even in cold. But, the contractor that Mayer Homes hired didn't use any kind of pad to make sure the curing was consistent. So, as a result, the following summer, my driveway began sparring (chipping). I learned so many concrete terms as a result of my fight with Mayer Homes to remedy this. Basically, they finally agreed to tear up all panels of my driveway... except two. So, when my partial driveway was repoured, I had two totally different shades of concrete. And now my older two panels are beginning to crack and spar. It's all about the bottom dollar to them. They'll tell you what you want to hear and act so friendly to you until you've signed on the dotted line. Then, they dodge you and your phone calls.

One more story... we had our walk-through in winter. So, by the time spring came and I was to open the windows, I realized there was a tear in one of the screens. I hadn't caught it in our walk-through because I didn't open the window in the middle of winter to check it out. I called Mayer Homes to have them replace it. This was caught even before our 6-month review. They told me that screens, for some odd reason, could only be replaced if caught during the initial walk-through; not anytime before the 6-month review. Very random. So, instead of replacing a $20 screen and saving face, they chose to show the customer their true colors. That year, they made a $1M in profit.

Do NOT deal with Mayer Homes.

Their karma has hopefully come in the form of the housing downturn. I hope Randy Mayer is freaking out in his Bermuda shorts in his Florida mansion.

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Mayer Homes is a horrible company, run by inept people who certainly excel in passing the buck. Here's are two of my Mayer Homes stories.

I had a new house built about 5 years ago. It was built in the middle of winter. So, the driveway was poured during the coldest weather of the year. There are measures that a contractor can take to ensure that the concrete cures properly, even in cold. But, the contractor that Mayer Homes hired didn't use any kind of pad to make sure the curing was consistent. So, as a result, the following summer, my driveway began sparring (chipping). I learned so many concrete terms as a result of my fight with Mayer Homes to remedy this. Basically, they finally agreed to tear up all panels of my driveway... except two. So, when my partial driveway was repoured, I had two totally different shades of concrete. And now my older two panels are beginning to crack and spar. It's all about the bottom dollar to them. They'll tell you what you want to hear and act so friendly to you until you've signed on the dotted line. Then, they dodge you and your phone calls.

One more story... we had our walk-through in winter. So, by the time spring came and I was to open the windows, I realized there was a tear in one of the screens. I hadn't caught it in our walk-through because I didn't open the window in the middle of winter to check it out. I called Mayer Homes to have them replace it. This was caught even before our 6-month review. They told me that screens, for some odd reason, could only be replaced if caught during the initial walk-through; not anytime before the 6-month review. Very random. So, instead of replacing a $20 screen and saving face, they chose to show the customer their true colors. That year, they made a $1M in profit.

Do NOT deal with Mayer Homes.

Their karma has hopefully come in the form of the housing downturn. I hope Randy Mayer is freaking out in his Bermuda shorts in his Florida mansion.

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On April 4th, 2007, Rainbow Painting, hired by Mayer Homes started spray painting on their construction site. They had all of their employees move their cars to avoid getting paint on them. While they admitted to thinking about telling me to move my car because it was such an extremely windy day, they neglected to do so. This resulted in primer hitting my car everywhere. My brand new 2007 Mazda 3 was completely spotted in white primer specks. I was told to get a police report and was forced to get 3 different estimates. When we called Mayer Homes, he passed the buck onto Rainbow Painting, even though it was on his property site. Rainbow Painting picked the lowest estimate and said they were going to drop a check off the following morning. A couple days later we called and asked about the check that was never received by the dealership. The company then proceeded to tell me that they had an account there and that would take care of it. When we called the dealership, we were informed that they do not take accounts and they had no idea what Rainbow Painting was talking about. After weeks with no response from Mayer Homes or Rainbow Painting, we had a lawyer call them and the day after, they dropped off a check. We took my car into the dealership that was chosen by Rainbow Painting and when we got it back, we realized that there were many things wrong with it, and that they did not even get all of the primer off. When I took it back to the dealership, they agreed with me when I said that this car will never be the same. The finish is never going to be the same. This was my first new car, and I was only able to enjoy it for a couple months before it was ruined. Mayer Homes kept passing the buck over to the painting company, although after talking to my attorney, it is apparent that both parties are at fault and responsible for the damage. I find it sad that Mayer Homes is making hundreds of thousands of dollars off of building and selling houses, yet they made me jump through hoops and finally contact a lawyer before taking responsibility for it. My brand new car is now tainted and will never be the same because of Mayer Homes' lack of caring.

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On April 4th, 2007, Rainbow Painting, hired by Mayer Homes started spray painting on their construction site. They had all of their employees move their cars to avoid getting paint on them. While they admitted to thinking about telling me to move my car because it was such an extremely windy day, they neglected to do so. This resulted in primer hitting my car everywhere. My brand new 2007 Mazda 3 was completely spotted in white primer specks. I was told to get a police report and was forced to get 3 different estimates. When we called Mayer Homes, he passed the buck onto Rainbow Painting, even though it was on his property site. Rainbow Painting picked the lowest estimate and said they were going to drop a check off the following morning. A couple days later we called and asked about the check that was never received by the dealership. The company then proceeded to tell me that they had an account there and that would take care of it. When we called the dealership, we were informed that they do not take accounts and they had no idea what Rainbow Painting was talking about. After weeks with no response from Mayer Homes or Rainbow Painting, we had a lawyer call them and the day after, they dropped off a check. We took my car into the dealership that was chosen by Rainbow Painting and when we got it back, we realized that there were many things wrong with it, and that they did not even get all of the primer off. When I took it back to the dealership, they agreed with me when I said that this car will never be the same. The finish is never going to be the same. This was my first new car, and I was only able to enjoy it for a couple months before it was ruined. Mayer Homes kept passing the buck over to the painting company, although after talking to my attorney, it is apparent that both parties are at fault and responsible for the damage. I find it sad that Mayer Homes is making hundreds of thousands of dollars off of building and selling houses, yet they made me jump through hoops and finally contact a lawyer before taking responsibility for it. My brand new car is now tainted and will never be the same because of Mayer Homes' lack of caring.

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