WARNING - DO NOT BUILD A HOME BEFORE READING THIS SITE!

Pictures

They say a picture is worth a thousand words - this section must be worth millions. These are a small fraction of the defects in the house but are representative of the lack of attention to detail and the major problems our house experienced. When the house was foreclosed there were more than 120 defects still present in the house. Take a good look at what happened to us. What would you have done?

After you have finished looking at our pictures and reading all thetext and documentation on our website, we encourage you to take a look at our refutation of McCreary Homes' website by clicking here. They tout their quality construction and attention to detail. Don't be fooled. It must be sheer coincidence that our former house is not listed in the McCreary Homes Gallery of pictures. We bet he just forgot! He must have also forgotten to put Bob and Carmen Grimes' house in (They settled in mediation about the defects in their house, strangely they also had water coming through their walls, but you won't be able to find any information on that) or the pictures that the Van dan Elzens have included in their registrar of contractors complaint! (see their complaint in the Documents section of this website) How very, very convenient.


 



McCreary's self-serving promotional Google ad - ask yourself while viewing our pictures if his work meets the definitions of his own high standards.
After all, he is a SAHBA Certified Custom Home Builder!
What does SAHBA Certified Mean? - ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!

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