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Reviewed Oct. 6, 2008
WE have been in the Toll Bros. Home since last 11mos. Since day 1, this home has had issues. But our biggest one came just one month back. Toll had to replace our soak tub in the Master Bathroom as they was installed wrongfully. Once they installed the tub, in a week we started having the leak from the master bathroom. During the install, Plumbers etc had done lots of banging. Toll couldn't locate the reason behind the leak and came opening up the sheet rock. The leak would come back in 2 weeks or so. Then just recently we started having the leak again, and they found the cause, which was the tiles have moved and there is no bull nose. So the water was getting thru those gap and coming into our garage as a leak. We are also having a leak outside our standup shower, where the water just comes out on the bathroom floor from a gap that is near the soak tub.
Toll is saying they will not fix the leak as we have a seat installed in the standup shower and so the leak is due to the poor workmanship on the tile installed. We had called 2 other professional and have them diagnose the problem and they say it has nothing to do with the seat installed (seat was installed since last 10 mos and we never had leak until they replaced the tub and moved all the tiles) as the part underneath has not cracked whatsoever and it actually is saving the tiles. Toll homes are so expensive but they use such cheap labor and poor workmanship. As a consumer, we are so frustrated and stressed out. We just need Toll to acknowledge that when they reinstalled the tub, they messed up our tiles. Not able to use our Master Bath standup shower since last month or so.
Reviewed March 26, 2007
Affordable housing units built in the Greenwhich Chase Development located in Stewartsville, New Jersey were discovered to be not meeting the fire proof regulations for two family homes.
Theses homes are so poorly built that siding blows off the homes when its windy, if u open the back door the stove provided with homes pilot lights would blow out.
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