Since then,the house has been plagued by various issues that any self-respecting contractor would have addressed in the beginning. The issues thus far are Plumbing installed incorrectly (causing damage to downstairs ceiling), roofing that has been done incorrectly, (nails used to secure a metal roof instead of screws) leading to leaks in all of the four upstairs rooms, pressure treated wood used for banisters inside a house (which is against code), improper drainage dealing with a regularly flooding basement, electrical work that is incomplete, granite bathroom and kitchen sinks that were left unattached. There were live wires left severed due to an improperly installed Rinnai water heater (which Brian assured Kelly was brand new). Griffith energy had no record on the unit for a warranty claim. All of these issues that were guaranteed to be complete at closing. Brian was made aware of these issues prior to and during closing, and he responded rudely, dismissively, or not at all to Kelly. There was no certificate of occupancy provided at closing, and now the code enforcement officer is asking for said documentation. I strongly advise anyone shopping for a new home to avoid this real estate company and any work done by Brian Draper, his employees, and TAD Holdings, LLC.