The Construction Defect Center is urging a homeowner in a new subdivision in California, Washington, Arizona, Oregon or Nevada to call them if their home’s wood-stucco siding is failing-and or if their roof-windows leak-“It may not be your problem.”
LOS ANGELES, CA, January 27, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Construction Defect Center says, “We are launching a new initiative to identify homeowners in subdivisions who have recently noticed their home’s wood or stucco siding is cracking, warping, or is discolored in a home not older than four years old in California, Washington, Oregon, Nevada or Arizona. As part of this campaign-we also want to hear from homeowners in newer homes where their roof, and or windows-doors leak when it rains-again in a home not older than four years old. These types of issues are frequently expensive to fix–and we do not want homeowners in new subdivisions left holding the bag for repair bills-if possible.
“The reason we have targeted homeowners in newer subdivisions in California, Washington, Oregon, Arizona and Nevada is people who live in these types of communities rarely talk to each other-and that was before the Coronavirus. Because of the Coronavirus neighbors in newer subdivisions now avoid each other. We have been assisting homeowners for decades and the biggest problem we have is neighbors in subdivisions never talk to each other about issues with their homes. Most people like this do not realize that if the siding, roofing, or any type of subcontractor made a mistake on one home in a subdivision—-they probably made the same mistake on other homes too. If this sounds like something you are dealing with in a subdivision in California, Washington, Oregon, Arizona or Nevada and the home is no more than four years old please give us a call at 866-714-6466 and we will try to help.” https://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com
The Construction Defect Center is focused on making certain a new home buyer does not get stuck with the repair bill on the following types of building products:
* Defective siding or building envelope issues related to water intrusion or mold.
* Defective roofing material or flashing that is defective or that has not been installed properly.
* Defective residential plumbing pipe or piping material.
* Defective windows that have failed prematurely or that leak.
* Defective wood flooring products.
* Defective appliances that were included with the new home.
* Warped or defective fascia board.
The Construction Defect Center is the nation’s leading advocate for homeowners stuck in a newer home that has lingering construction defects that were never repaired by the home builder. Included in the Construction Defect Center’s services they will coordinate with lawyers and construction defect experts to ascertain what a construction defect might cost to repair-and what might be involved if the defect is common to other homes in the same subdivision–once they are convinced a homeowner’s issue is serious enough to require a response. For more information-a homeowner in a newer subdivision in California, Arizona, Washington, Nevada, or Oregon is welcome to call the Construction Defect Center at 866-714-6466. https://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com
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