After coming in from a 17-hour work day, I get the gift that keeps on giving from WCI Communities at my Westshore Yacht Club home. Pardon the language.
When I contracted for a dream home with WCI at the Westshore Yacht Club in 2012, I could never imagine the nightmare that was about to begin.
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Just another coffee date at my Westshore Yacht Club home. Except this Asian Tiger Mosquito was not invited. It came courtesy of WCI Communities.
Here are the numerous excuses that WCI has given about the ongoing electrical issues at my Westshore Yacht Club neighborhood home. Marcus and Maverick help me quickly break this down.
My Westshore Yacht Club house has Asian Tiger mosquitoes that carry numerous diseases including yellow fever and the Zika virus. How did WCI respond?
My Westshore Yacht Club home is plagued with electrical problems - and it is only three years old. You can see in this video that my lights flicker and dim.
My fire and CO alarms frequently cry wolf - and wake me - at my Westshore Yacht Club home constructed by WCI Communities. Here are potential reasons why.
With over 60 ongoing construction defects at my Westshore Yacht Club home, WCI has given many excuses. As hard as it wast to narrow, here are the top ones.
I see mosquitos in my home all the time. This Tiger mosquito caught my eye because of the size. This will give you an idea of the size of these mosquitos.
Part of the perk of a new home is low maintenance. Here is a brief timeline through 2015 of issues in my WCI Communities Westshore Yacht Club home.
UPDATED: The pipeline had its first inspection in over two years on 5/1/2016. An aging, 45-year-old jet fuel pipe runs feet outside of the Westshore Yacht Club. The 3ft-deep pipe is one of the best-kept secrets of the neighborhood.