I too am building a home with LC Homes in the Estates At Saint Anne's. In the same phase 5. Yes they are having delays but our salesperson informed as at time of contract that since it was a new phase that we would have some delays. We also signed (like everyone else) a document stating that we understood there could be delays and that we would not be compensated if there was. It seems to me there are two sides to every story and only one is sighted on this site. As you can tell from reading the recent review, the person never mentions the fact that they signed the same document we did. They also never mention the fact that the sale person also told them the samething when they were asked to sign the agreement as we were. These people should ashamed of themselves to bash a builder knowing that the expectations were given at time of contract. You can obviously tell by his review that he is upset they wouldn't give "compensation". Meaning they wanted money from the builder even though they knew and signed the same document we did! It seems to me this person is just unhappy they couldn't get money from the builder! I can only hope that this person is either canceled or decides to cancel and pays a higher price for their next home! I would hate to have this unhappy person as my neighbor!
I would recommend LC Homes to all buyers next to any builder building in the Middletown area! We got an exceptional deal and a wonderful lot! Thank you!... more
Natural gas is slowly making its way into Sussex County but only in a handful of places at this time. We do have gas heat but the gas is propane gas. The most efficient units (other than solar and geo-thermal) would be the ones that are "dual fuel" where the HVAC system automatically switches between propane and electric, depending on the weather/temperatures. Your heat pump conserves gas while operating as the primary source for heating and cooling. By switching to gas heat during extremely cold temperatures, you use the strengths of propane heat when it is most needed.... more