Homes by Whittaker

Posted on Monday, October 16th, 2006 at 12:00am CDT by 9b7f3967

Company: Homes by Whittaker

Category: Other

Homes by Whittaker

October 15, 2006

Homes by Whittaker

Ocala, Florida

Complaint: If you sign up with this builder to build your home, you can expect the following:

--An 8 or 9 month wait before building starts

--A year and a half before your home is completed

--Excessive amounts of money charged for fill dirt (possible kickback to fill dirt company)

--No communication with the builder himself. He does not return phone calls or respond to certified mail.

--Trusses lying uncovered on your property for weeks with resulting dampness and mildew

--Pressure to upgrade items in the home

--Disorganization and incompetence with some staff members.

I have not personally had a house built by Whittaker, but my sister has. I am also aware of 2 other people who have had nightmare experiences with this builder.

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c9038355, 2007-10-15, 01:32PM CDT

The fill dirt company, JAW site preparation is owned by John Whittaker.

a6fef950, 2008-03-30, 03:25PM CDT

J.A.W. means John A whittaker and he was robbing you the customeron fill dirt and does not pay his bills or contractors that is why a home can never get finished.!.

2f995d23, 2013-02-18, 03:12PM CST

I finally had to go to Marion county building dept. and threaten to file a complaint to get my home finished. Overall you gotta go thru a lot but Whittaker did finally deliver me a well built home.

ad4a1cbe, 2015-07-23, 08:22AM CDT

As far as I know Homes by Whitaker is out of business. The house they built for me in 2004 had electrical plugs covered by kitchen cabinets, Wavy tile floors, laundry room that was 6 inches less wide than it should have been making putting the washer and dryer in almost impossible. Wall was probably placed where plumber (Rusty's) brought in pipe slab penetrations. Every electrical breaker in the box was loose. Some wires in electrical boxes were twisted but had no wire nuts on them.

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