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Home Construction Class Action Involving Kitchens, Bathrooms and Laundry Areas

Homeowners who do construction, remodeling or additions to their kitchens, bathrooms or laundry rooms sometimes use materials that they find out later are not standard for construction. CONTACT US TO FIND OUT IF YOU HAVE USED MATERIALS THAT CAN BE PART OF A CLASS ACTION, EVEN IF YOU DON’T SEE ANY PROBLEMS NOW. Class action lawyers can help homeowners with these home construction class action problems EVEN when there is no problem with the home but could be likely to develop later. Low quality or defective building products are commonly part of class action lawsuits.
If you have done a construction job involving the kitchen, bathroom or laundry area in your home in the last 3 years, please contact us by filling out the form or calling 424-245-5505.

Defective Building Materials

Some building material supply suppliers and manufacturers sell products that are less than quality. These building materials, such as drywall, plumbing, pipes, electrical supplies, lighting, windows, and roofing frequently cause homeowners problems. After the remodeling or additions are done, the homeowners realize that one of the building materials is defective. There have been many class action cases related to construction materials. We are evaluating building materials for class action cases.
If you have done a construction job involving the kitchen, bathroom or laundry area in your home in the last 3 years, please contact us by filling out the form or calling 424-245-5505.

Examples of Home Construction Class Actions

Windows manufacturers have been sued for their windows that leak and don’t perform as advertised. Flooring manufacturers have been sued for using dangerous materials which cause injury to the homeowner after the flooring is installed. Chinese drywall manufacturers have also been sued in a class action for their inferior products. Pipe manufacturers have also caused homeowners problems when the pipes leak or contaminate the water. If you have remodeled your kitchen, bath or laundry area or added onto your home in the last three years, we would like to hear from you. We are investigating homeowners’ experiences and the building materials they used.
If you have done a construction job involving the kitchen, bathroom or laundry area in your home in the last 3 years, please contact us by filling out the form or calling 424-245-5505.

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