Henderson Residents Are Dealing With Unfinished Repairs
By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, November 16, 2022 7:19 am
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (702 Times, NV Globe) –Several residents in the Cadence Community have reported their new constructions are unfinished, with many having to wait a year or more for these repairs to be completed, according to a prominent homebuilder across the valley.
Neighbors are dissatisfied with Richmond American Homes, their house builder. When it comes to home maintenance, many people feel like they’ve been given the runaround.
Lisa Jones resides in Henderson’s Cadence, a freshly created housing development. She and her husband moved there two years ago, but they have observed several issues with their home since then.
“There’s a lot of things that were flawed or scratched, or just not right,” said Jones. “Two months into us living here I noticed the baseboard in our master that backed the shower bowed out.”
Jones is not alone in having poor paint jobs and cracks in their walls, as well as collapsing shelves in their kitchen pantry.
“I noticed that there’s a bulge in the wall first floor and then a broken cabinet on top,” said Michael Bardeh. “I’m the one who is supposed to live here, I’m the one who saw crickets coming under the stairs or dropping from the ceiling in the bathroom.”
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