You might be wondering what people have to say about CBH Homes. After all, the Boise, Idaho, homebuilder was recently revoked from accreditation by the Better Business Bureau because the company had 13 complaints against it. There are a number of complaints that have been resolved, but they do not seem to be helping the company’s reputation. This article looks at some of the complaints that have been filed against the company and the floor plans that they offer.
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Better Business Bureau revoked accreditation of Boise-based homebuilder CBH Homes
The Better Business Bureau recently revoked the accreditation of Boise-based homebuilders, citing complaints. The BBB rates businesses on a scale of A+ to F. The agency’s accreditation process is based on the fact that businesses pay a fee to support its services to the public. It does not certify a business’s competence or products, but does require it to disclose material facts.
A recent BBB review found that CBH had received 13 complaints in the last three years. Most of these concerns dealt with warranty issues. CBH had maintained its accreditation for 23 years before the BBB decision, but admits that it has not responded to complaints promptly enough. It is working to improve its policies.
Company has had 13 complaints against it
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has received 13 complaints against CBH Homes in the past three years. Most of them deal with warranty issues. However, the company has maintained a high rating with the BBB for 23 years. While they acknowledge that they sometimes don’t respond to complaints as quickly as they should, they are making changes to their policies to improve customer satisfaction.
Several of the complaints were filed by a man who identified himself as the resident of one of the homes. The man identified himself as Dave and called the Nate Shelman Show to complain. Dominguez said the HOA was ignoring his complaints for months. He decided to set up a “Ugly Couch” on the patio area in front of his house. The HOA received two complaints against him for placing the couch in front of his home. When the HOA finally noticed, it threw up a Nazi flag and posted a sign against CBH Homes.
Floor plans offered by CBH Homes
CBH Homes offers several floor plans to choose from. You can choose the style, room divisions, and more. However, there are some things that you should keep in mind before you buy one. Whether you want a house with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, or more, you should pay close attention to the details.
CBH Homes also has a number of floor plans that will match any budget. These options include townhouses, single-family homes, and condominiums. The homes range from 1,125 to 3,730 square feet and feature three to five bedrooms and two or three bathrooms. The pricing of these homes will depend on the size and features you are looking for.
Illegal immigrants building homes for CBH
The Trump administration’s proposed changes to immigration law are likely to result in a shortage of construction workers, particularly carpenters and framers. It also plans to increase public scrutiny of undocumented immigrants’ crimes, strip them of their privacy protections, enlist local police officers as enforcers, and build new detention centers to discourage asylum seekers and speed up deportations.