Beazer Homes

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4702 Lakes Of Pine Forest CT

Houston, TX

77084

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I found out a little late, after I bought a home, how poor Beazer Homes are in near every aspect. Quality - They use spliced 2X4's (the joined together left-over ends of the "good" lumber) for the entire construction. They call this "green building" but don't be confused, it's just cheep building. You would also be surprised what other things they hide beneath that attractive outside. Behind those handsome bricks you will find wall board the same width as poster board. Also the roof rafters do not extend to the end of the soffits, rather they just splice in lumber and then just cover the whole mess up. I learned all this while watching a new house being built next door. My own house nearly failed inspection due to saw dust on top of the water heater, a poorly mounted garage door opener, poorly installed duct work, and the list goes on.
Poor neighbor - Beazer makes no effort to be a good neighbor in their own community. They are currently in the process of building a house next to mine that has completely invaded any privacy I may have had. To begin, they have reversed the plan and placed the new neighbors driveway on the same side as mine. This leaves me sitting on my back patio looking directly at where my new neighbors will be sitting on theirs'. But thats not the worst, now I also have an upstairs bedroom window that allows clear viewing of anything I am doing in my living room (upper windows in my living room were originally a selling feature, now they are just peep holes). As I write this the builders are most likely watching me. For more detail, please visit my soon to be built website at www.dont-choose-beazer (you will have to add the com part) In the mean time, do yourself a favor and DONT CHOOSE BEAZER as your new home builder! Jason Rockwell

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I found out a little late, after I bought a home, how poor Beazer Homes are in near every aspect. Quality - They use spliced 2X4's (the joined together left-over ends of the "good" lumber) for the entire construction. They call this "green building" but don't be confused, it's just cheep building. You would also be surprised what other things they hide beneath that attractive outside. Behind those handsome bricks you will find wall board the same width as poster board. Also the roof rafters do not extend to the end of the soffits, rather they just splice in lumber and then just cover the whole mess up. I learned all this while watching a new house being built next door. My own house nearly failed inspection due to saw dust on top of the water heater, a poorly mounted garage door opener, poorly installed duct work, and the list goes on.
Poor neighbor - Beazer makes no effort to be a good neighbor in their own community. They are currently in the process of building a house next to mine that has completely invaded any privacy I may have had. To begin, they have reversed the plan and placed the new neighbors driveway on the same side as mine. This leaves me sitting on my back patio looking directly at where my new neighbors will be sitting on theirs'. But thats not the worst, now I also have an upstairs bedroom window that allows clear viewing of anything I am doing in my living room (upper windows in my living room were originally a selling feature, now they are just peep holes). As I write this the builders are most likely watching me. For more detail, please visit my soon to be built website at www.dont-choose-beazer (you will have to add the com part) In the mean time, do yourself a favor and DONT CHOOSE BEAZER as your new home builder! Jason Rockwell

Pros: Nice "looking homes"

Cons: Everything below the nice exterior