PENNSYLVANIA -- I contracted with Toll Brothers, a nationally advertised builder of residential homes over eight years ago. As of this date this company has not been able to keep water out of my house. After some difficulty getting their attention, they attempted to fix the water issues. They still cannot keep the water out of our dining room, family room, and living room. They have asked to be released from work. They did that has been unsuccessful. Water is trapped behind the wall in several locations and certain windows leak heavily when it rains.
Toll Brothers blames it on the window maker, but the leakage is more than just those windows. It's a stucco house and our inspection report states that the windows were improperly flashed. I am currently suing Toll Brothers but they have yet to offer an acceptable amount. People buying Toll Brothers' residences should be advised. The lack of quality control with the Toll Brothers' building program is beyond excuse. Please pass on the warning and advise me on how to get through a settlement with this terrible company that is listed on the New York stock exchange.
HORSHAM, PENNSYLVANIA -- The "new" house I bought from Toll Brothers is so seriously flawed, both structurally and cosmetically, that the Tax Court of NJ has assessed it at $25,000 - FOR SALVAGE. I have been battling Toll Brothers in court for 11 years, to no avail. They do not build quality, and they do not stand by what they build.