A group of homeowners in Bakersfield is suing one of the country's largest homebuilders over problems in their north-west homes.
Eighty-nine homeowners are listed on a lawsuit against Lennar Homes.
Some of the homeowners in this northwest Bakersfield community said they bought their homes about five years ago.
It was not long after they began noticing what they call construction defects and trying to have Lennar fix the problems.
The 89 homeowners listed on the lawsuit said they have had problems with drywall and stucco cracking, low water pressure and leaks, mold, and deficient air conditioning units.
Twnety-nine streets are listed near Olive Drive and Verdugo Lane.
Milstein, Adelman, and Kreger law firm in Santa Monica is representing the homeowners in this case.
They released a statement saying: These homeowners have numerous problems with their homes including but not limited to cracking of stucco, cracking of concrete, window defects, roof defects, moisture intrusion into their homes and general poor construction qualify... Milstein, Adelman & Kreger is investigating these problems as well as problems of other homes constructed by Lennar Homes within the Westlake development.
The law firm is holding a meeting Tuesday at the Doubletree Hotel at 3100 Camino Del Rio Court in Bakersfield at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the case.