I had my first home built by Ryland Homes, moving in December of 2012. Everything seemed fine at first but then, a couple years in, I started noticing a lot of things going wrong.
Of course, by the time I noticed or went to take action, my "warranties" had run out. I have a lot of drywall pop-outs, none of my outside electricity works - from the outside and garage outlets to the outside lights on the garage (which are HOA required). The finishing on my cabinets is atrocious, with painted over nicks (same for a door or 2). I was offered an appliance package, which I took and 2 or 3 years in, the dryer went out (as it did again this year).
I had it repaired, where I learned my vents needed cleaning and since the contractors decided to run my vent out to the roof, it cost $250 just to clean the vents because of their length! One of the rooms has carpeting that's starting to rust, which makes me think there's a plumbing issue. Now, in 2017, the water heater is going out.
The one positive thing that I can say, is that now I know what to ask for, inspect, and look out for. If I could go back in time, I wouldn't have went with Ryland Homes as my builder.
Review about: Ryland Homes House Construction.
Reason of review: Bad quality.
To sue the company.
I didn't like:
Poor quality, Warranty service non existent.