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Beazer Homes
Overall Satisfaction Rating 1.26/5
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    Rated with 3 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Nov. 18, 2020

    Bought a Spec home from Beazer in 2016 as it had everything we were planning to build new from Beazer. Got a good price after weeks of negations. A quick summary: Beazer homes are made to look amazing from the outside and inside only for one to find the material and appliances used are of the lowest grade. The first year our master bedroom exterior wall began to leak inside when it would rain. Touchwood our Beazer builder was amazing to fix issues in warranty and after warranty. Note Beazer will do nothing if your builder decides not fix issues if even in warranty. The builder came out and fixed the issue stating, "We saved you $2500."

    Next issue are the appliances ($199 is the cost for some of them) after we looked them at Lowe's, and Home depot via the model number by Whirlpool. The microwave kept breaking. Got one warranty repair after which Whirlpool refused to fix it. So we threw it out and got a Samsung. Next issue the Whirlpool dishwasher works when it wants. (Gave up) fighting with Whirlpool. Waiting to replace it. We even asked Beazer to remove the appliance's so we can put in our own. Beazer stated they can remove them but we are not reducing the price anymore. When you're using $199 appliance's save everyone the trouble and install nothing.

    Another issue starts with Goodman HVAC which is known to have issues. The AC company even stated Beazer just gets a bulk of these and does not test them after installing minus making sure they blow cold air or heat. Ours died. Took 8 weeks to get the warranty part and $800 dollars to get it fixed. (Seems) even if you build the house one cannot select another brand of HVAC. Master Bedroom faucets and showers head become all loose - no matter how many times you fixed it. Another replacement item coming. Master Bedroom does not have proper insulation for winter the room is always cold (Knowing Beazer they are too cheap to spray foam). Master Bedroom toilet is missing an air vent to heat it during winter (Another cost cut by Beazer). Family room does not have enough lighting. Serious Beazer you couldn't install more lighting in the ceiling with the fan.

    Beazer was nice to run Ethernet cabling as to a Spec home but another cost cut was leaving it in the attic rather than bringing the cables down to the office or another room where one could easily install the router and switch. The kicker they did not put the Ethernet plugs on the other end. Just left the cables cut. Another (cost cut by Beazer). Media room is not properly designed to install a projector so only a larger TV will fit. What is the point Beazer of stating the house has media room if you do not design properly in the right way.

    If you're buying your first house and it's not your last house then Beazer is good for starter house but if this is your last house that you plan to retire in. Then stay way from them. This is a starter house for us, and are not retiring in this one. But the cost cutting by Beazer is beyond words, and short cuts used to build it is shocking.

    14 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Nov. 6, 2020

    My name is Darshanand **; I recently purchased and closed on a Beazer Home on September 29th. This is the absolute worse company to purchase a home from. I have had so many issues with Beazer prior to closing, going all the way through to closing and living in my newly built home... Our first walk through; 7 days prior to closing; microwave was in installed but no outlet to plug it in; dry wall In master bedroom was swollen; scratches/digs in wall throughout the house; stand up shower tile was Broken; several damages in the wood floor; spindles on stairs were rough; causing it to get stuck in our finger; it was not stained; toilet bowl and bathtub had rusted stains; and can light and AC was not installed neat; there were spaces between the ceiling and the vent and lights...

    This was all pointed out to the contractor Garrett at the moment; and he told us it would all get fixed prior to closing... Now on our final walk through one day before closing; none of the above items were fixed; he then promised us that once we closed it would then get fixed with 3 days. He gave us his word.... It's been weeks and it still hasn't been fixed. On the day of closing then they were cutting a hole in the newly built home to install the microwave outlet...

    Upon moving in; the garage reset button started to trip causing the outlets to stop working; when I called the contractor Garrett he gave countless excuses prolonging it to take 2 weeks to get fixed... Garage concrete has a crack all the way across. Garrett says it's normal and refuses to fix it... Outlet were not sealed properly and we were told that it's how it needs to be...Grass was not planted properly. It started dying with 2 weeks...backgates were built too small that a lawn mower is not able to get through it...the contractor Garrett came out, measured it; admitted that it was too small but REFUSED TO FIX IT... Instead he chose be rude; and disrespectful to my wife and I...

    The main problem is that the contractor was NEVER on sight to overlook the job being done....Upon living in the house for 1 months and a few days none of that has been fixed... Garrett had told us if we give him a positive review for even the things he did a horrible job on then he would get all the things fixed...and to this day it still hasn't been fixed... Stay away from Beazer Home...especially if it's being built And supervised by Garrett...save your money & time...chose another company... I would like to be contacted by someone in Beazer corporate... I can be reached at **.

    12 people found this review helpful

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      Rated with 1 star
      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: Oct. 20, 2020

      Please do yourself a favor and DO NOT buy a Beazer home. The agents lie about everything just to get you to buy! Our neighborhood, Surfside Plantation, in Myrtle Beach, is still waiting for the pool, 2 years overdue! And they are blaming Covid! They give you a 1 year warranty with the house, 366 days later and in the middle of Covid, they don’t want to hear from you. Shoddy workmanship in every area! The president of the HOA, A Beazer rep, won’t even talk to the HOA board or residents! Beazer is the worst!!

      9 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: Oct. 15, 2020

      Beazer Homes builders very worst quality and also worst customer service representative. Warranty won't cover anything especially Clarksburg, Maryland. Customer service representative don't listen to customer issues. Most of the people complaining about beazer no response..Any issues in homes they won't fix it..Please don't buy Beazer homes. Within five years most of things not working.

      9 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: Sept. 2, 2020

      We put $5000 dollars for earnest monies on a home. My husband had gotten furloughed and he informed the bank the same day. They said we were still approved for our VA loan. We waited for husband to go back to work. Unfortunately due to covid they never opened back up. Beazer Homes is refusing to give us our monies back. Not only did we lose our home, and job, now the monies too. Believe me our pride took a huge hit and our kids were let down, so much feelings hurt through all of this. I cried on the phone to Josh ** asking for our monies back and to have some understanding about the situation with covid that isn't our fault. He did not care.

      The director of sales guy Edward also sent an email stating that he knew our situation and still refuses to give us our monies. Heartless people. We even found another job but it was temp job and they laid husband off as well because of the pandemic. These people don't care that we are out of a home, and job, and then they make matters worse by not giving us money back that obviously we could really use in our situation.??? I hope everyone refuses to buy ** until they give us our monies back. It's not right! Shame on beazer homes for how they treat veterans and families at a time like this!!

      29 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: Aug. 5, 2020

      I would strongly advise against buying, or building a house through Beazer. The workmanship and materials are all subpar. Their warranty service after the sale is even worse. You pay a quarter of a million dollars, or more, for a product which begins to fall apart immediately based on our documented experience. They only guarantee their work for a year, and you have to fight them for that. We are not alone as our neighbors have had the same problems. Run to some other builder!

      21 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: March 14, 2020

      They misrepresented the financial obligations until it was too late for us to withdraw without losing our deposit. They gave us no options and would not try to help us with any issues or concerns. The person we dealt with was often not available and there was no one else able to help with questions.

      25 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: Feb. 25, 2020

      After purchasing a house in Katy Tx October 2019 I had been living the worse nightmare ever, issues with appliances, interior paint, doors, fence boundary issues, low quality from entrance to exit, too many finish issues. Beazer doesn’t really care care about quality or customer satisfaction, the way they work and the people they hired to work building their houses are not qualified, they don’t supervise to give a good product to customers, they just care about taking your money first and then treating you bad and trying to avoid their responsibility. The way they work is terrible. Just go to a house that is in process to finish to see the tremendous mistakes, debris on top of bathtubs, counters, definitely destroying what they supposed give to a customer.

      They try to blame you for their mediocrity and make you claim a warranty for something they are responsible, their representatives are lack of customer service quality, they treat customers so bad and attacking their honesty and try to get you confused at all, I advise people to avoid Beazer Homes if you want to have a good a beautiful experience purchasing a home. Terrible quality and poor finishing on their homes, customer service can’t not even call service, is a customer treating service. Please don’t purchase with Beazer Homes, the market is full of good and honest builders that offers great houses and great customer service, I regret for the rest of my life to use Beazer for my house, terrible and worse experience ever.

      41 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: Feb. 19, 2020

      My wife and I bought a home in a subdivision built by Beazer Homes in Southern Nevada in September of 2018. The 495 page purchase agreement contained a 2 page addendum stating FEMA may place portions the subdivision into a Special Flood Hazard Area at a later date. At the time of the purchase, the subdivision was located in an area of "Minimal Flood Risk" according to FEMA.

      A year and a half later, we find ourselves living in a subdivision threatened by a 100 year flood risk and the possible added expense of of rising yearly flood insurance premiums and lowered property values. The addendum was placed on page 48-49 of the 495 page contract. When someone is required to read and process that much information at one time, I believe it's pretty easy to overlook that sort of information. I think it was Beazer's intention for potential buyers to overlook this and other negatives about this subdivision.

      The addendum didn't even state the changes to the FEMA map were definite but a possibility. Further adding injury to insult. Now we are stuck with a home that we may never be able to sell because of the inherent loss of value of being located in a located in and near an Special Flood Hazard Area. So the moral of the story is, if the price of the home seems to good to be true and you see red flags when reading through a Purchase Agreement and the home is being sold by Beazer, save yourself alot of future grief, anguish and loss of money and go buy a home from another home builder.

      29 people found this review helpful
      Rated with 1 star
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      Verified Reviewer
      Original review: Feb. 15, 2020

      I just closed into a home on Bridgeland (Cypress/Texas). They promised a ton of things but did not keep any of those. Building quality is below average. I had to inspect the building work every day to avoid major problems. Stay away from Beazer Homes if you want to buy a beautiful home and protect your money!!!!

      34 people found this review helpful
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      Beazer Homes author review by Joseph Truini

      George Beazer, the founder of Beazer Homes, began building homes in England during the late-1690s. The company continued to grow over the centuries and in 1986, it moved to the U.S. to begin building custom homes. The company builds in 13 states: Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

      • Assist with all stages of the homebuilding process: Beazer helps homebuyers find a suitable building lot and get a mortgage for their custom-built home.

      • Energy efficiency: Every home Beazer builds meets or exceeds the most current Energy Star requirements. The result: lower energy bills.

      • 12-month limited warranty: Buyers can get additional peace of mind with a 12-month limited warranty that covers some structural repairs after move in.

      • Communication throughout the building process: Users can visit the construction site at any time and get regular reports about progress on their home.

      • Lots of options for customization: Consumers can select from hundreds of design options, including types of siding, cabinetry, countertops and flooring. And an in-house design consultant can help buyers choose the right fixtures, finishes and fittings.

      • Mortgage estimation online: Users can estimate their mortgage on Beazer's website prior to ordering a home so that they can stay within budget.

      by Joseph Truini Home Improvement Contributing Editor

      Joseph Truini is a home improvement expert who writes extensively about do-it-yourself home remodeling and repair, woodworking projects and tools and techniques. His work has appeared in several national magazines, including This Old House, Popular Mechanics, Country Living, Woman’s Day, and Today’s Homeowner.

      Beazer Homes Company Information

      Company Name:
      Beazer Homes
      Company Type:
      Public
      Ticker Symbol:
      BZH
      Formerly Named:
      Beazer Homes
      Address:
      1000 Abernathy Rd Suite 260
      City:
      Atlanta
      State/Province:
      GA
      Postal Code:
      30328
      Country:
      United States
      Website:
      www.beazer.com