C.P. Morgan Complaint
Posted by tomm10xxxx on 07/02/2007
You must be living the same nightmare we are. Our garage door was damaged before we ever moved in we had the "brief" walkthrough also. The construction manager kept our door up. Now C.P. Morgan says we have to replace it ourselves. You got sod we're jealous we have weeds. I would strongly suggest no one makes the mistakes we have. Go to another builder. We would but who wants to buy this piece of junk.
Posted by dustbunny on 07/02/2007
I consider myself to be a fairly intelligent man. I guess I was wrong. I choose to buy a home from CP Morgan in Noblesville, IN. Myself 26 and my wife 23 were very excited. We closed on our home June 1, 2007. Since we have had our plumbing, water heater, furnace, stove, and water softner break and be replaced. We purchased our appliances at a CP Morgan Home Showroom.Bad luck? or Low quality/class builder? You decide.
Posted by bryceln on 12/05/2008
I purchased a CP Morgan Home a couple of years ago. Note that I am in the landscaping industry. CP Morgans landscape contractor was supposed to seed our backyard. Why is it that when I pulled the straw back there was not one seed. Also, anyone reading this, do not listen to the sales agents. They get paid to tell you what you want to hear so that you purchase the house. We had water pouring through our living room window when there was a heavy rain - this happened to numerous other residents in our neighborhood. It took about 1.5 years to get our A/C working like it should. Countless other issues. Paint repairs very visible, toilet backed due to contractor putting a face mask in it. I agree it wasn't bad luck!!!