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  • D
    Saga Homes
    Pretty bad experience overall. Sipes Construction, DBA Saga Homes was a mistake. It was truely a Saga to get out home done - and even with that we had to do a good portion of re-work to get some things done properly. If you want to pay someone to build your house and then have to be the project manager and QA person for them - their your guys. I don't recommend them. Key points - Little to no coordination and terrible communication from Scotty. He basically leaves the build up to what few employees he has and the sub���s to figure out. Most of the subs did a fantastic job ��� and his electrician was doing most of the coordination with the different crews. Some staff were problematic in several areas from a workmanship perspective and attention to detail. - Saga Homes / Sipe���s Construction had numerous errors between what was in the contract and drawings and how they were building. I had to correct them almost weekly to enforce what was in the contract and what the drawings detailed. - Scotty barely showed up on site and his staff and subs even let us know that he wasn���t often out. There was no one doing any QA checks on the build process except for myself, and it was a good thing that I knew what to look for and what they were supposed to do. We were also building our barn at the same time so I and my other help were out watching what was going on a lot of the time. - I���ve had to go behind them and fix numerous things that they did improperly from flooring, doors, trim, and especially a media outlet they totally botched for our TV. When we���ve tried to get them to address items ��� it���s taken way too long and even then, their ability to fix things properly has been lack-luster. Good luck if you choose to go with these folks.
    - James R.
  • F
    Traditional Homes of Albemarle,LTD
    Prior to us moving in, the office manager advised us they could not get the water from the well to clear up, due to sediments, and had to install a filtering system to help with the issue. Sometime prior to September 2010, we were informed by the maintenance man that an old, pre-existing well was used instead of drilling a new one for the residence; information which was not disclosed to us at any time before or after the purchase.
    In October 2010, the well water became so bad that it smelled of stagnant pond water and was muddier than ever before. In addition, problems with the flooring, decking, septic lines and other issues were also addressed.
    Contact was made with the office manager who after several attempts at contacting her...finally responded and referred us to the well driller used by them. The well driller and an associate advised that the well was installed in 1985 (15 years ago) (later verified at the Louisa County Health Dept to actually be 1975 (a 25 year old well).
    Because it was a flat top style well, we were advised we would continue to have problems with it, especially whenever it rained or the water table was high. When asked if a new well would solve the problem, my wife was advised yes a new, closed style well would solve the issue. The office manager was re-contacted and advised what was relayed to us.
    The office manager responded that it would not be covered under the buliders warranty and we would have to pay for a new well ourselves. After several attempts to appeal to Traditional Homes to correct the problem, The Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) office was contacted along with the BBB.
    After several months the DPOR found Traditional homes violated several areas (of which they would not advise me) and were ordered to pay restitution for a new well.
    The BBB dropped the complaint due to it being handled by an outside agency.

    - Virginia M.
  • A
    Great !!!!
    - John S.
  • A
    - George P.
  • A
    The home we purchased was already built and for sale; so the only detail I can give is that the transaction was a breeze.
    - Will L.
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