Where is Pulte Homes Corporate office Headquarters

Pulte Homes Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 3350 Peachtree Road NE
    Atlanta, GA 30326
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 800-777-8583
  • Fax Number: (407) 661-4089
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Number of Employees: 8335
  • Established: 1950
  • Founder: Bill Pulte
  • Key People: Ryan R. Marshall, G. Robert T. O'Shaughnessy

Pulte Homes Headquarters Location & Directions

Pulte Homes Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Ryan R. Marshall

President, CEO & Director

Robert T. O’Shaughnessy

Executive VP & CFO

Harmon D. Smith

Executive VP & COO

Anthony W. Barbee

President of North Area

John James Chadwick

President of West Area

Gregory W. Huff

President of Southeast Area

Peter J. Keane

President of Florida Area

Sean Strickler

President of West Florida Division

Stephen V. Teodecki

President of Texas Area

Todd N. Sheldon

Executive VP, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary

About Pulte Homes, History and Headquarters Information

IN Atlanta, Georgia United States of America, Pulte is based and is engaged in the business of construction and other related services. As per statistics, it is considered to be the third largest company of United States of America and this is because of the number of houses constructed.

Bill Pulte is the founder of this company who started this business at a very early age. Initially he personally constructed and sold the houses and in 1956 the company was properly formed. Now it is a public company andsince then Pulte has acquired a lot of companies and its business is growing with every passing day.

Ryan Marshall is the latest CEO of Pulte who was appointed in the place of Richard Dugas Jr. in 2016. There is a huge network of operation of this company comprising of around 49 markets in different states of USA.

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  • Scott Larson says:

    I bought a Pulte Clubhome in Champlin MN in 1996. After I moved in, I went into the attic area and saw that the insulation was lacking. Called and they sent out somebody to respray the area. In all the time I have lived here I have gotten reports from CenterPoint Energy saying that I use more energy than all my neighbors. When I worked I had the thermostat set at 60 degrees for 20 hours a day and 66 degrees the rest of the time. I just replaced my windows. The window salesman said the windows Pulte put in were for a three season porch not for a home and they were metal on metal, no seals. Then I had an insulation company come and check my insulation. They found that the area above my two bedrooms and two bathrooms had less than 8 inches of insulation, remember I live in Minnesota. That was after they had sprayed twice! The new company sprayed insulation in and lo and behold, the thermostat goes from 66 degrees at 9:00PM to 63 degrees at 7:00AM. A drop of only 3 degrees! Outside temperature 28 degrees. Before my furnace would have run ever 20 minutes. I have been throwing money out the window for 24 years because of their incompetence. Not to mention the wear and tear on the furnace and the air conditioning unit. If you buy from Pulte I would highly recommend you be on site as much as you possible can be there, because once they finish building the house you can’t see where they are shortcutting you. Didn’t figure mine out for 24 years and thousands of dollars later.
    BEWARE!

     
  • Joy roberts says:

    I am closing in ten days my inspector found 42 things wrong from uneven tiles twisted downspouts broken door handles pavers that need better footers water heaters that are not vented properly fire hazard. Scratched tub garbage disposal that sounds like it’s defective dishwasher not working. Broken foot on frig overspray on a lot of cabinets missing grout shower doors not properly installed the the cosmetic problems this is unacceptable and must be rectified I will be taking action if not this is slip shod work and they cannot repair this in ten days!!!!!

     
  • Guest says:

    I Can Say With All Honesty that All Production Homes Are Going to Have A Lot of Little Defects Inside and Outside. They are Not Custom Built Homes with the Luxury of Having 1-2 Years Build Time. All of the Major Production Home Builders are Trying too build Homes within a 3-6 Month Timeframe. Multiply that by Roughly 30-45 Homes Per Quarter on Each Jobsite and you end up with a Relatively Well Built Home with a Solid Foundation and All Major MEP’s Working Great! As for Punch Out items, that is mostly Small Stuff which is unfortunately part of Production Home Building. I Hope This Helps People Understand that Production Home Builders Do Care About The Buyer but Because the Homes are Not Custom Built, there’s always going to be punch out items down the road.

     
  • Mr. Adlof says:

    We bought a new build that was almost completed. We have had service painters and drywall in several times during the first couple of months. Our home is cracking inside and doors will not shut and other will not stay open because the foundation is moving! They came out and measured for foundation movement and then hired Advanced Foundation to do the same. Funny, their own people found more than the Advanced Company. They said it wasn’t enough to repair yet— they want to come in and repair inside for now and wait six months. They want to get our 1 year punch list done too. We are having a 3rd party inspector before that happens— maybe the Coronavirus is a blessing — it’s putting off their year touch ups too. But our home looks terrible!! The floor is separating from the walls. I cannot close my master bedroom door! The backdoor wouldn’t close and they jammed it closed which caused more cracks and then they sent a guy to take out some shins to open it. He said he would be back after we have our home leveled — if that happens! A customer service supervisor told me it costs about $60k for foundation repair — they had about 8 homes with issues at the time! The VP of Construction in DFW wants to repair inside and wait 6 months to see if it moves back. The outside brick looks like a drunk layed it without using a line level!

     
  • John says:

    Their service is close to none they just give you the run around and never get things done. Everything that these people say about pulte homes is 100 percent true

     
  • BRIAN SIMPSON says:

    WE HAVE MOVED INTO OUR SECOND PULTE HOME, WHAT A MISTAKE, THE WORKMANSHIP ON THIS HOME IS TERRIBLE….. PULTE COULD CARE LESS ABOUT WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOUR HOME, WHAT WE HAVE GOTTEN FIXED, WE HAVE TO FIGHT TOOTH AND NAIL TO GET IT DONE… OH AND YES THIS WAS BUILT FOR US…. AT OUR ONE YEAR THE DRYWALLERS CAME IN AND FIXED AREAS, AND THEY HAVE ALREADY CAME UNDONE. IT TAKES SO LONG TO GET THE TRADES OUT TO DO ANY REPAIRS, JUST SO VERY POOR QUALITY, YOU WOULD THINK THERE WOULD SOME PRIDE PUT INTO THESE HOMES, BUT SADLY THAT IS NOT THE CASE, WE ARE STILL FINDING THINGS WRONG WITH OUR HOME, SO BEFORE YOU BUY A PULTE HOME THINK TWICE ABOUT IT…. THE QUALITY IS JUST NOT THERE!!!!!!!! AND OH YES WE HAVE TO TAKE SO MANY DAYS OFF TO GET THESE REPAIRS DONE, IT HAS COST US A FORTUNE, JUST IN TIME OFF, DO YOU THINK PULTE CARES…… NO !!!!!!! PULTE IS ONLY WORRIED ABOUT $$$$$$

     
  • Doyle E. says:

    Customer Care Manager in Santa Fe Matt Schlacter scheduled the repairs and only finished 1/2 of them. He then sent me the service request and marked the items completed. Now I have to schedule another day off to see if they can get these few minor things done. Told at the walk through we had a year to make a list of all the items to be repaired and then had the Customer care guy say one of the repairs were not covered because it was not listed on the final walkthrough. I will make sure my friends who bought in this subdivision have everything fixed before closing so they don’t lie about the repairs to them.

     
  • BS from Pulte says:

    Just moved into a Pulte home End of July 2019. It is the worst thing my husband and I have seen. The workmanship is HORRIBLE! Inside and out! Trying to get things fixed and all we hear is this is Pulte guidlines. They don’t follow contractors standards! I pulled all of the inspection reports and they failed most of the inspections the first time! What does that tell you!

     
  • Andrew Lincoln says:

    I bought my first home, a non Pulte home for $54’000.00. I just bought a Pulte home for $360,000.00 and it had more problems by far than my first home. I have found it poorly built and the cosmetic finishes poorly done, and used to hide poor construction within the home. Dealing with the warranty section here at Sun City, Georgetown, TX has been hit and miss, mostly miss. Appointments not kept, I have been lied to, and have been fighting to get my home repairs done for over 3 months now. When repairs are attempted they are for the most part poorly done. I have had to have workmen to my home over 25 times now and of those over 15 had to be rescheduled due to contractor no shows. For the money charged for this home I should not have to deal with the laziness of the personnel at this warranty section or the poor workmanship.

     
  • Wayne & Karen Geisler says:

    We love your homes, but when you build a model in one place for $274,000. Then build the SAME model on the other side of town for $375,000. That’s crazy!! You seem to price your homes not by a % markup, but by what you think you can GET!! Highest dollar! WHY? We want to buy in your new community, in Orlando….. Sunset Preserve. We are retired and the girl said your smallest model, “the Canopy” is probably going to be priced in the HIGH $300,000’s for 1971 s/ft!! THAT IS RIDICULOUS!! We want to buy in there, but when you get over $150. per sq. foot….it’s too high and CRAZY! I HOPE YOU PRICE THESE FAIRLY. We will by one! THANK YOU!

     
  • B. L. AUSTIN says:

    YOU ALL ARE THE WORST I HATE PULTE, AND WILL SPREAD THE WORD, NOW GA CAN RUN YOU OUT OF THEIR STATE ASWELL

     
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