MAINE, MAINE -- UPDATE: June 22, 05 issues still outstanding: no response from emails. UPDATE: June 9, 05. We are still working on the outstanding issues. If anybody can offer suggestions please e-mail me @ **. Medias are welcomed to view our home to educate others prior to building a modular. We do not stand alone. Others just like us are out there. It's not fair. Everybody should see this prior to building modular especially with Edward Parker Homes in Bangor Maine and Goscobec from Canada. Advertisement would be the best solution to prevent other folks from going through what we are experiencing. State offices, medias & attorneys welcomed!
If anybody has any data that would help my family & I please email me. UPDATE: June 01, 2005, I found this on the WEB. GOSCOBEC INDUSTRIES, INC. License Number: 70000066. License Type: Manufacturer. Complaint Number: **. Disposition: Consent Agreement dated 12/19/04. Summary: Licensee agreed to a consent agreement during the course of hearing. Licensee accepted responsibility for its failure to take appropriate action to correct manufactured housing and installation warranty violations resulting from substantial defects in materials and workmanship in two modular homes sold by licensee.
Licensee neither admitted nor denied the facts stated in the consent agreement, and neither admitted nor denied that the facts stated in the consent agreement constituted warranty violations. Licensee agreed to complete remaining repairs in one home, and agreed to a $1000 civil penalty. Licensee also agreed to pay up to $2000 as a one-half share of the board's hearing and inspections costs.