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Plan Washington:. Plan H Washington:. Home plan designed for multi-generational living featuring private dual Large master with walk-in closet, spacious kitchen with dual islands Dramatic 2 story foyer, stately hipped roof, first-floor master suite, Dramatic vaulted great room, spacious bedrooms, great for entertaining, optional Open great room, secluded master suite, butlers pantry, covered front Exquisite great room with private master suite.
Optional front elevation. Laundry conveniently located upstairs Secluded master suite, spacious great room, large front porch. Huge great room, separate dining room, open kitchen. Secluded master suite on main, spacious kitchen and covered porch. That's why you save so much. Otherwise, go with a custom builder and you will pay more than twice as much. A custom contractor will Nickle and Dime you until you are broke and stressed out. HiLine homes builds a decent home that can be upgraded easily.
I would have them build me a home again for sure. This time though, I would upgrade as much as possible within my budget. With HiLine, we were able to build on a beautiful piece of property and add a shop. It was a lot of work, but well worth it. After 18 years, the home has more than tripled in value.
They sent out a guy again to look at the flooring. Their guy said it looks worse than before. They are blaming the flooring company and the flooring company is blaming hi line homes. Needless to say there is a warranty that covers the linoleum and our carpet that has nails coming through it and a horrible wear pattern in a brand new home Here is just one picture of the linoleum spots.
Hiline built our home in That was a good time to build and lots of people were doing it. My experience with hiline was rough. There were corners cut and things we asked them to fix and they never did.
Biggest issue: Hiline agrees in writing to use "good quality materials. It was falling apart when they nailed it up pretty much. There was roofing used that failed in just a few years due to a manufacturing defect coincidence is that while dealing with roofers to replace my roof, all of them said a large percentage of defective shingles requiring replacement are on Hiline homes.
I chose the color. They chose the brand of shingle. Replacement of the roof required replacement of much of the OSB subroof The shingle warranty helped but there was a cost to roof replacement far above that. In addition, when the roof was installed there was no drip edge installed 6 cents per foot to do the job right. It's not a code requirement, just good practice, especially in our climate.
Consequently, trim boards have rotted prematurely. My experience is that hiline cut corners in materials, installation, and they were hard to deal with on issues even simple things they refused to fix.
I would like to acknowledge the Satsop, Woodland, Puyallup and Poulsbo offices. They have outstanding project managers. I work with them daily to insure the customer is taken care of. They work very hard to insure that the customer is satisfy with their brand home. The house is complete. Let me begin by saying the folks at HiLine aren't the problem; it's the subcontractors. The framers were excellent. Even the Thurston County inspector commented on a job well done.
No issues with the plumbers or electricians either. The siding folks were horrible! I had pieces of siding falling out from under the first row of siding. They also put a serious gouge in the siding, which my project manager filled in with caulk.
There's a few spots where I can see they drove a screw into the siding. I'm not sure why a screw needed to be placed in those areas. The roofers were ok, but my project manager had to replace a torn shingle. The flooring folks were ok, except they laid the laminate flooring in the wrong direction.
Wife was not happy, but she finally agreed the project was too far advanced to make a correction. They missed a large spot going up the stairs. I was told the spot would be painted when they do the final touch ups, after carpet install, which made no sense to me. Instead of accepting my offer, I was threatened with having a lien put on my home.
Totally unprofessional. My backsplash had to be redone after placing the cabinets properly. A three year old with some skills in finger painting could have done a better job. Six months after moving in I'm still finding blemishes in the Sheetrock job. As far as HiLine goes, I'm still waiting for a replacement mirror in my master bath blemish behind the mirror.
I also fixed gaps in my garage trim by myself. I got tired of waiting and didn't want winter critters making their way into my garage.
I'll end this long winded review on a high note. When HiLine went over their deadline for the build guarantee, they paid up. You'll have to keep at them to get them to pay, but they paid. Hiline was easy to work with and overall I felt the staff did a great job. My build was far from trouble free, had several delays with incomplete building inspections and delays with subcontractor scheduling throughout the build.
The whole process took about 6 months from ground breaking to the final. I'm pleased with the house, very quiet inside, super energy efficient- low power bills thru a unusally cold winter- and best of all I moved in with 50k in equity. Probably 70k in equity now. I would do it all again in a heartbeat.
Hiline offers a good product at a good price. Purchased our home brand new in Too many to even count. Roof shingles were not installed properly and a staple gun was used to apply them. No one should have to replace a roof in 9 years. This is unacceptable. I would think twice about using Hiline homes as your builder. I've been trying to get a quote from them to see if this will be an affordable build but they responded back saying they need proof of my qualifications before they will give me a quote.
That's the whole point isn't it? I needed to see if the loan requirement, home build and property would be feasible for me to build. I could not believe what I heard. So I would consider them not even being the last resort to build your home.
If this is your first time building a home, talk to others who have dealt with these people. They have zero customer service when it comes to being pro-active with information owners need. Businesses, in general, no longer care about anything but their bottom line, but this group dismisses their customer needs at a level that is unacceptable.
Yet, they show no respect at all for stress and challenges the owners who have entrusted them with this huge responsibility face while they go through the process of finding their own subcontractors for the many things the owner is responsible for, and that includes getting the house painted inside and out. They won't provide accurate information so you can even get a legitimate quote, and by the time the house is ready for the estimates you got, they are already so old they've increased in cost.
We did this once, we'll never do it again. Finally contacted after previous attempts at talking to someone. We read to him from the construction agreement the term of the warranty both parties had previously agreed too. He also claimed we had not finished work on his house. We read to him from the final punch list that he gave us on November 26th, Nothing from that list was included in the things he claimed were not finished.
We are sending these documents to him, although he would have received copies in We also explained that while the warranty from the house is over we are still willing to assist him with a manufacturer claim if he would like.
Hardy Plank siding not installed properly. We had contracted Hiline Homes primarily based on their guarantee that they would have our property done within days of the start of the foundation.
They started on the foundation on 5 January of and they are still not completed. I had been promised that the roof would be done over the past 2 weeks, which they keep delaying. It is still not done. Some might wonder what took us so long to write this letter.
We have gone through every appropriate channel beginning with our project manager, regional manager all the way to a meeting with the owner of the company and are still feeling frustrated and unsatisfied with the outcome. We began the exciting venture of building our home.
We chose to have Hiline Homes build a super-shell house and we would do the finish work. We lived on the property while this process took place and were able to watch every step. From the beginning we ran into small frustrations that every homeowner encounters while building a home and then a couple that were not so small.
Even though there were problems along the way such as foundation at the wrong level, sheetrock problems, texture had to be redone in every room.
We had to paint the interior of the whole house twice at our expense due to the texture problem…the list goes on and on but we dealt with all of it and overlooked a lot…except one problem. All of these problems were found by us and we would bring them to the attention of the project manager.
We noticed the front of the house was obviously sagging and not a straight line that you would expect on a modern style home which we paid extra for engineering to have this style of home. The siding had to come off, sheetrock off inside, replaced the header…everything had to be redone including paint. Had we the home owners not noticed this it could have been a catastrophic problem.
We waited patiently during the year. We were told that they would come out one time for warranty work so we waited to make sure all of the bugs were worked out before we called. The project manager came out and addressed a couple of small issues…creaking floor etc.
But the big issue of the house still having a sagging roof across the front where all of the work had been done was not going to be fixed.
That is when we decided to talk to the regional manager. He came out and then involved the owner of the company who came out and looked at the house. We talked about several scenarios the metal roof being taken off and reroofed at our expense.
We felt like this drug on for months and months while we were trying to go through the proper channels. The home is built to a better standard than we agreed to. We have inspected the home and found that it is not a structural issue, but merely and ascetic one, and likely one most people would not notice, however as stated above peoples expectations vary and we try to meet any reasonable expectation we can.
That said we have offered some options, but because the homeowner in this case installed a custom metal roof himself we are not in a position to remove it or reinstall it, so for us to work on it he would need to partner with us and do his share in removing the roofing and reinstalling it.
Our home passed final inspection in March, however, many non inspections items had not been completed. Backsplash, floor transitions, etc still needed to be completed punch list.
It is now August and we are still waiting for stuff to be completed. Neither are helpful in getting our house finished. Our house was also completed passed the build guarantee. I forwarded him an email with which conflicts with the dates they put on a form they use. As of now I have not received any further communication from him.