BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — The Unglesby Law Firm is filing a class-action lawsuit against D.R. Horton, Inc. — Gulf Coast.

The law firm says about 50 homes across Louisiana built by D.R. Horton are not equipped for the state’s humidity. The lawsuit states residents experienced excessive moisture, mold and mildew, inability for home to cool down, and more.

Impacted Baton Rouge area homes:

  • Allen Trails
  • Arbor Walk
  • Ascension Trace
  • Bellacosa
  • Cane Ridge
  • Darwen Estates
  • Eagle’s Landing
  • Fairlane Farms
  • Foxglove
  • Laurel Lakes
  • Live Oak Trace
  • Long Farm
  • Meadow View
  • Miraval
  • The Oaks Reserve
  • The Park at the Island
  • Quail Creek
  • South Haven
  • Sugar Mill Plantation
  • Sugerview Estates
  • Tiger Pointe
  • Whispering Springs

According to Unglesby Law Firm, the typical humidity range in homes during the summer is around 30-45 percent. The firm alleges their clients’ humidity levels ranged from 63-80 percent.

A hearing is set for Aug. 1.