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  • F
    Low Country Custom Home Builders
    Glenn Burnsed was hired because our realtor at the time recommended him and we knew his Burnsed
    Was not on our neighborhoods preferred builders list and we had to put down a security of $10, 000 held by
    Neighborhood till project completed. Should have been a clue right then. The company is also a LLC. We signed A contract with LCCHB and Glenn received his first draw on April 9, 2014. We had a construction loan where Glenn received draws From the bank upon completion of work done. Glenn took draws for work completed by his contracted subcontractors then did not pay them. We knew something was really wrong in December when work had stopped since Thanksgiving. Glenn would not be at the job site,hardly ever. He did not oversee the work. I came one day to discover the spray foam guys at the house when we had no shingles on the house and rain poring in. The Envirofoam guys to their credit did not want to do the job because they had been told by Glenn there would be shingles on the house when Envirofoam arrived. The house was not dried in and I called Glenn and said how can you spray foam insulation inside a roof when it's not dried in? There are no shingles? Only tar paper?! Glenn said go ahead. It would be just fine. I called Envirofoam and asked the owner if he would do that at his house? He said no he wouldn't. I told Envirofoam to come back when house was dried in, Glenn did not like me asking questions. Many of his subs told me they were essentially their own managers. Glenn would not respond to phone calls, texts, emails. His voicemail would often be full and couldn't even leave message. In December 2015 we had a sub who told us he had not been paid for framing the house in June. The man owned his own company and said Glenn would not pay him or return his numerous calls and was owed $10,000. My husband and I immediately contacted Glenn and the our bank. In February we sat down with the bank representatives and asked Glenn to provide lien wavers for all his subs and material suppliers. Some were not legible. We had to keep at it till Glenn provided them. The work on the house ground to a crawl after that. We found Glenn had also under estimated many areas that were necessary to the home- ie- concrete for driveway, walkway, porches was almost triple the original contract allotment, Glenn did not order enough brick to finish the house, stairs and chimney another $5000, Glenn didn't put in counter flashing on roof, Glenn told the railing company to charge us $7,800 when the true cost was $6,1000, Glenn took the doorknobs for my two custom patio doors had to reorder those $650 (Gaster Lumber told me they came with the doors) the exterior shutters were $12,500. Glenn's contract allowance was $4000. He had ordered the shutters for another house in our neighborhood not a year before. The shutters are a ARC mandatory element in our neighborhood. The shutters must be a specific kind. The last straw was discovering Glenn after our sit down with the bank, had received over $6,000 to pay Griffin Electric and did not pay them. Glenn received $6,000 from bank draw for stair parts and labor and did not pay ProBuild. We received phone calls and texts from his plumber and carpenter saying they had not been paid either. We hired an attorney and gave Glenn 10 business days to pay his subs and 30 days to finish job. Glenn did not pay his subs or his suppliers. We fired him. It took over 15 months to build our dream home. After we fired him we considered suing him for the monies we have had to pay out to the suppliers, subs and to hire new plumbers, carpenters to finish and often re-do work. we don't want what happened to us happen to anyone else. Do not use this man. Ask the local inspectors in Pooler regarding Glenn Burnsed for verifiable information.
    - Anne M.
  • C
    I bought a house in March 2009 from Beazer Homes in Pooler, GA. They couldn't do enough to make everything perfect....cosmetically.....until the contract was signed. I had an independent appraiser come in before the closing and he had a good report - for what he could see. Since then I have had numerous issues with settling, cracking of cement, etc. today I had painters come in to finally put some color into a few rooms. In just one room every time they touched an electrical box it would short and trip the breaker. This happened 6 times! The boxes had not been tightened down...a real fire issue. I called Beazer ..again..and told them the problem and their reply...again...was and quot;not our problemand quot;. Luckily the painters I hired volunteered to tighten all the boxes in the rooms they are painting. But how many are loose in other rooms? This is just the last of several issues and I guess what needs to be said is BUYER BEWARE!!
    - Marcia K.
  • A
    Faircloth Homes
    They built a quality home and he’s a private builder but he doesn't do custom. He’s got thinner toils, floor plans, he built firm and he doesn't customize them. But what creates is no overhead so he can gave you pricing. It is way out of league for the other builder can do.
    - Venessa K.
  • A
    Trevor (the owner) was a true professional. I got 3 bids to
    put up an aluminum picket fence in my back yard. Trevor came in the lowest bid,
    but after speaking with him I was confident he was going to treat me right. He exceeded
    my expectations at every level. He gave me a start date and guaranteed completion
    date. Normally, dealing with contractors
    is a nightmare but not in this case. The men showed up on time, installed my
    fence, gave me warranty info (life time by the way) and followed up several
    days later. My email is
    if you have any questions. Everything was done off of a contract, which put me
    at ease. The fence is great and I couldn���t be happier. My wife, who is a very
    picky person, couldn���t find one thing wrong. Bottom line, lowest price, best
    service and excellent experience! Thanks Trevor! The business world need more
    people like you!
    - TAISE P.
  • B
    We were first-time home builders in 2007, and chose Beazer's Hunt Club development. During the building process, their representatives were with us every step of the way to answer questions, and made us feel important and at home. We were welcome to inspect the site at any time, and three formal inspections were provided with the builder accompanying us. Our home is gorgeous, and we love the location. We did have an issue with the driveway about two years after our home was finished, but Beazer came and gave us a new driveway. There are occasional small issues with our home, just like with any home out there--but we feel like we made a great choice, and would do it again.
    - Rebecca F.
  • C
    - Orlando M.
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    - lisa b.
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