Metal Corrosion – Construction Problems | My Lennar Home

Metal Corrosion

Metal corrosion issues related to ongoing construction problems in a new home constructed by Lennar Homes. Lennar has been unresponsive to ongoing issues.

All the pipes show signs of metal corrosion and discoloration which are symptoms of Chinese drywall, although the house was built in 2013. None of my ceiling fans work. During a Lennar inspection, the insides of the fans were found to be rusting and the metal was corroding. There were no signs of water damage.

In addition to metal corrosion, other construction issues include electrical issuesHVAC problemsmold exposurestructural defectswater intrusion/damage, and environmental concerns. These construction problems, in addition to dealing with the stress of it all for several years, have led to health issues. As well, other people get sick when staying at my Lennar home and exhibit similar symptoms.

The total estimated cost to repair all the Lennar construction defects is nearly $300,000, which includes extensive mold remediation throughout the new construction home. Although the builder acknowledged the construction issues, the senior executives I was working with eventually went silent and ignored all Lennar home warranty requests and repairs.

If you have had similar experiences and issues with Lennar Homes (formerly WCI Communities), please use the contact form to get in touch with me.