More problems with Pelletz

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Homeowner horror stories continue to pile up as unhappy customers of Worcester contractor Mutual Builders Inc. keep coming forward.

For Mary Hanly of Oxford, who purchased her home four years ago, the situation literally stinks.

Hanly bought her home from Mutual Builders with a USDA Rural Development first-time homeowner loan. Since she moved in, Hanly said, there has been a hole in her front concrete steps large enough for a family of skunks to adopt.

Not bad digs for a skunk, but these stairs leave a lot to be desired, four years later, for another jilted customer of Jay Pelletz.

Courtesy Mary Hanly

Not bad digs for a skunk, but these stairs leave a lot to be desired, four years later, for another jilted customer of Jay Pelletz.

Hanly said Mutual Builders owner Jay Pelletz agreed to fill the hole when Hanly signed the final papers to purchase the home.

It took Pelletz two years, she said, to return to fill in the hole. However, she said, all he did was block the gap with a piece of untreated wood to keep the skunks from under the stairs.


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