Modular Home Developer Ordered to Repair Defects

Under the terms of agreement with state consumer protection officials, Brady Sullivan Properties has agreed to repair defective modular homes it sold to residents of the Paugus Woods community in Laconia, New Hampshire, and buy back the five worst homes at the original price. The settlement requires Brady Sullivan to repair all the flaws identified by an independent engineer who inspected every home in the subdivision, as tells A public offering statement, which said all homes complied with building and housing codes, was challenged in a lawsuit brought by the New Hampshire attorney general’s Bureau of Consumer Protection. Violations include electrical, heating/ventilation codes, modules improperly attached to the foundation and to other modules and inadequate insulation. Brady Sullivan also must pay $85,000 in administrative and investigative costs.

(Photo credit: Atlantic Bay Homes–modular home)

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