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Jan 27, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: andy

Every week the driveway seems to be getting worse. The spalling is taking hold.

Dec 20, 2013
Category: General
Posted by: andy

The trim on the front of my home that was fixed last fall is cracked again.

Jul 10, 2013
Category: General
Posted by: andy
I just noticed that my concrete driveway is starting to spall. It is only a year and a half old.
Jun 4, 2013
Category: General
Posted by: andy

I recently noticed the stucco on the north side of my house is bubbling in places and starting to flake off.

 

Apr 24, 2013
Category: General
Posted by: andy

Four of my kitchen cabinet doors have stripped screws and are falling off.

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Mar 7, 2012

Shingles blew off my new Alpine Homes home


Last night we had some wind and some shingle blew off.
Category: General
Posted by: andy

Last night was quite breezy and I could hear some noise coming from the roof. I went outside and sure enough the shingles were flapping in the wind in more than one place. I woke up this morning to assess the damage and it is not too bad but still needs to be fixed. Alpine Homes shows it is still under warranty and the shingles blowing off is covered if the winds are under 60 mph. The wind did not get that high so Alpine Homes had better take care of it.

I filled out the online warranty request form that Alpine Homes has on their website. I also mentioned a couple other items that should be covered under warranty. I found a broken window frame in my unfinished basement. The cause was a nail that was poorly placed by an Alpine Homes worker when installing it. Instead of fixing it at that time they waited until I found it. That was might nice of them and I expected nothing less. It is an obvious break and would have been really hard to miss. Especially if you are the one that did it.

The other issue I mentioned was the driveway. It is discolored and looks stained as a result of poor workmanship. The tarps they put down on the uncured concrete didn't allow the moisture to evaporate uniformly and it ended up looking like a Picasso painting. I have my doubts that Alpine Homes really cares much for this issue and will even do anything.

So lets hope Alpine Homes has the integrity to fix at least the items that are covered in the warranty. The shingles and the window should be fixed at no charge by Alpine Homes.

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