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Construction Defect Center Launches a New Initiative Focused On Making Certain Homeowners in Newer Subdivisions In The Southwest or Northwest Do Not Get Stuck With Expensive Repair Bills

WASHINGTONOct. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Construction Defect Center is launching a new initiative to help provide homeowners in a newer subdivision identify what could be serious construction defects, or defective products in their home in states such as CaliforniaWashington,ArizonaColoradoOregonNevada, or New Mexico. For more information a homeowner in a newer subdivision is urged to contact the Construction Defect Center at 866-714-6466.http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center has identified a potentially huge problem for homeowners in single family home subdivisions built since 2009 when it comes to construction defects. The problem is homeowners in newer subdivisions in states like CaliforniaWashington, Arizona, Colorado, OregonNevada, or New Mexico rarely even know each other, let alone discuss common problems they may have with their home's. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Center says, "We have seen instance after instance where a newer subdivision might have defective plumbing pipes, defective windows, defective roofs, defective siding, or stucco, and the homeowners in the subdivision never talk about these common issues, and as a result it is the homeowner, not the homebuilder that gets stuck with the repair bill. These repair bills could easily be over ten thousand dollars per home, especially if we are talking about re-piping a home, replacing all of the windows, residing, or re-roofing a home. 

"Once we have confirmed a serious construction defect issue with a homeowner in a newer subdivision we will do our best to locate the most skilled, and experienced local, or regional construction defect law firm and then use their inspectors to determine how widespread the problem is in that specific subdivision. In all likelihood the inspections will identify other issues as well. Our bottom line is we don't want homeowners in these single family home subdivisions stuck with the repair bill for repairs that should not be their problem."

"If you are a homeowner in a single family home in a subdivision built after 2009 that has noticed issues with your home's plumbing, exterior siding, or stucco, your roof, hardwood flooring, windows, or electrical system, and you have put off doing anything about it, please call us at 866-714-6466, and we will try to determine if you are not the only one in your subdivision with these issues." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Metro Area Subdivisions Targeted by the Construction Defect Center's Construction Defect Initiative:

  • CaliforniaSan JoseSacramentoLos Angeles, South Orange County, San DiegoRiverside
  • WashingtonSeattleTacomaFederal WayEverettVancouverBellingham
  • Colorado: Denver, Colorado SpringsDurango
  • ArizonaPhoenixTucsonPrescott
  • NevadaLas VegasReno
  • OregonPortlandSalem
  • New MexicoAlbuquerque, Las Cruses, Santa Fe

For more information a homeowner in a newer subdivision built after 2009 with potential serious construction defects is welcome to call the Construction Defect Center at 866-714-6466 to see if they qualify for their initiative. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com


Construction Defect Center Launches a New Initiative Focused on New Home or Condominium Defective Siding, Roofs and Windows in the Southwest and Pacific Northwest

 

 

 

WASHINGTONMay 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Construction Defect Center is launching an initiative to help homeowners in a newer subdivision, or condominium projects in California,WashingtonNevadaArizonaOregon, or Colorado, if their stucco, or wood siding is showing signs of failing, if their roof is leaking, or if their windows fail to open, close properly or if the windows are leaking. For more information concerned homeowners are urged to call the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center is launching an aggressive initiative in the US West focused on making certain homeowners, who within the last few years have purchased a new home in a subdivision, a condominium project or townhouse, do not get left holding the bag for expensive repair bills to fix shoddy workmanship, or to replace defective products. 

Their initiative is focused on construction defects in new homes in a subdivision, condominium units, or townhouses in California, WashingtonColorado, Oregon, Nevada, and Arizona. The Center is urging homeowners in these states to call them anytime at 866-714-6466 if their wood or stucco siding has cracked or has failed, if their roof is leaking, if their windows are leaking, if their home's windows fail to open or close properly, and/or if a homeowner has had repeated appliance or plumbing problems. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center says, "If you live in CaliforniaArizonaColorado, or Nevada and your new home's stucco has begun to crack, or if you live in Oregon or Washington and your exterior wood siding is starting to warp or turn black from mold, it might not seem like a big deal - but it is. Another problem we know for certain that exists in newer homes in subdivisions or condominium units is the homebuilder used super cheap appliances that only last a few years."

The Center believes the biggest problem for new construction homeowners in any one of these situations is they ignore construction defect problems after first moving in, and/or they ignore the construction defects after their one-year home warranty period is up.

Further complicating the problem, homeowners in new subdivisions, condominium projects, or townhouses infrequently talk to each other, or compare notes, so they fail to understand their construction defect issue is shared by numerous others. The common denominator is the homebuilder.

For more information concerned homeowners with these types of construction defects, or defective appliance issues, are urged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466 for possible help. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The specific metro areas targeted by the Construction Defect Center's initiative are the metro areas of Los AngelesSan DiegoOrange County, the East Bay, San JoseRiverside, orSacramento, California, the metro areas of SeattleTacomaEverett, Washington, the metro areas of Portland, or Eugene, Oregon, the metro areas of Phoenix, or Tucson, Arizona, the metro areas of Denver, or Colorado Springs, Colorado, or the metro areas of Las Vegas, or Reno, Nevada.http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com


 

  

Construction Defect Center Now Urges Homeowners In the South Or Midwest Who Have A Atlas Chalet Shingle Roof To Call Them If Their Roof Has Failed
 
December 09, 2013 

The Construction Defect Center says, "Because according to court records Atlas is no longer making the Atlas Chalet shingle, many homeowners are now stuck with a complete replacement of their home's roofing shingles. Court documents allege Atlas Chalet roofing shingles began to blister within the first year of installation, and show significant loss of granulation, and these shingles had issues related to premature cracking." The Construction Defect Center is encouraging any homeowner who has the Atlas Chalet shingle on their home's roof to call them immediately at 866-714-6466, if the following has happened:

 

  • Loss of granulation on the Atlas Chalet roof shingle
  • The Atlas Chalet roof shingle has blistered
  • The Atlas Chalet roof shingle has cracked.

 

 

The Construction Defect Center is urging homeowners whose roof has Atlas Chalet shingles to contact them immediately at 866-714-6466, especially if the homeowner has unsuccessfully attempted to get the manufacturer replace this specific type of roof shingle-with no success, and especially if the home is located to the US Southeast, or Midwest.

What is a Atlas Chalet Shingle? According to court records, the Atlas Chalet shingle was supposedly created to provide an affordable shingle that has the eye appeal of the more expensive architectural shingle. The Atlas Chalet was a shingle that was manufactured to provide a dimensional appearance in a granule overlay shingle. It is not an "architectural shingle" but rather achieved this look by utilizing random color palettes in a double thickness and creating a shadow line. The result is a 3 tab shingle that provides the eye-appeal of an architectural shingle. The Construction Defect Center says,"If you are a homeowner with a roofing product called the Atlas Chalet shingle, and this specific type of roof shingle has started to crack, blister or curl, please call us immediately at 866-714-6466, and we will do our best to make certain you get to national caliber law firms that are working on the Atlas Chalet shingle litigation." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

For attribution purposes please review the Harris Martin news announcement about the Atlas Chalet shingle litigation: http://harrismartin.com/article/17095/jpml-will-address-proposed-atlas-chalet-roofing-shingles-mdl-at-dec-hearing/.

Case number: (0:13-cv-01505-TLW). The suit was filed on June 3, 2013 in the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina, Rockhill Division

 

 

 

 

SFGate

Sunday Dec 23, 2012 10:17 PM PT

Construction Defect Center Now Launches an Initiative Focused on Chinese Copper Residential Plumbing Pipe & Leaks in Newer Subdivisions-Homeowners-Plumbers Save the Pipe

The Construction Defect Center says, "We fear cheap Chinese copper residential plumbing pipe is about to become one more big problem for US homeowners, so we are requesting plumbers, or homeowners in subdivisions, or condominium projects to save a section of cooper pipe that developed a pin hole leak in a home, or condominium project that was built anytime after 2005." Homeowners, or plumbers please make certain the section of pipe is long enough, so the Construction Defect Center can make out the country of origin stamp that is required to be on the pipe. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Two years ago, the Construction Defect Center began an investigation of copper residential plumbing pipe that was used in new US subdivisions, or condominium projects built after 2005. Initially the groups focus was on cheap, or poorly made copper residential plumbing pipe from China. The group is now looking at all makers-but the emphasis is still Chinese residential copper plumbing pipes, or tubes. The Construction Defect Center's new worry is the Chinese were possibly marking their copper residential plumbing pipes as Made in the USA, as opposed to marking the copper pipe as made in China. The group believes a journeyman level plumber would instantly know there was a problem based on the weight he pipe that developed a leak in a home in a subdivision, or condominium unit-because they are seeing the same types of leaks in the same condominiums, or single family home subdivisions. The Construction Defect Complaint Center now wants to hear from plumbing companies, or plumbers is all US states, who have seen the same thing, or share the same concerns about poorly made Chinese made residential copper plumbing pipes, or tubes, the weight of these pipes, and the fact they are failing at unprecedented levels. If a plumber, or plumbing company in the US has proof of this, or has saved some of the Chinese copper pipe they are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center at 866-714-6466. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

According to Bloomberg News, "On September 27th 2010 The U.S. imposed dumping duties on copper pipes and tubes from China. The United States Department of Commerce imposed the anti dumping sanctions because Chinese copper tube, and pipe makers were flooding the US market. US Manufacturers have complained about dumping less expensive Chinese made copper plumbing pipes on the US markets, and as importantly they have expressed concern about the quality of the Chinese copper pipe." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center is reiterating their warning from earlier in 2012 that all US homeowners, in newer homes built, or remodeled after 2005 to be on the lookout for unexplainable mystery plumbing leaks, especially if it involves copper plumbing pipe. The group is urging US homeowners; especially those in newer subdivisions, or condominium projects to keep the section of copper pipe that was replaced, because it could be vital evidence, should the home need to have all Chinese made copper plumbing pipe replaced. The recommend the pipe section needs to be long enough to indicate where it was made. The group says, "Potentially defective Chinese made copper plumbing pipe is just one more reason the US has to start making things again. What money does anyone save if the entire house has to have all of its Chinese made copper pipe replaced?" http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

 

 

 

Construction Defect Center Begins a New Initiative Focused On What Could Be Defective Chinese Made Copper Plumbing Pipes & Warns US Homeowners To Be On The Lookout

Monday, February 13, 2012

The Construction Defect Center is becoming increasingly concerned about Chinese made construction building products, that began flooding the US, since 2004, or earlier. The group's new worry is Chinese made copper plumbing pipes, may not meet acceptable plumbing standards in the United States. The Construction Defect Center is openly saying, "We have some of this Chinese made copper pipe, its too light to be copper, or 100% copper, we are not sure what it is. The only thing we know for sure is it was made in China. We are aware of K,L & M copper plumbing type grades, and the copper Chinese pipe we now have was none of the above. We fear this is one more really big problem for US homeowners, courtesy of US homebuilders going cheap, and Chinese manufacturers not caring about the quality of their products. We now fear Chinese made copper residential plumbing pipe is going to become one more really big mess for US homeowners." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) February 13, 2012

The Construction Defect Center is the one of the premier advocates for US homeowners stuck with defective building material, or plumbing products. The group is now expressing grave concern over Chinese made imported copper plumbing pipes, that were widely used during the US housing boom, that went from 2004, and ended in 2007. On Friday February 3rd 2012, the group was present when a plumber removed a section of Chinese made copper pipe, that had sprung a pinhole sized leak, in a major US home builder subdivision, in Southern California. The problem is the home was only five years old, and when the copperish colored pipe was removed the only obvious thing to everyone in attendance was the pipe was not 100% copper, and it did not meet any plumbing building codes, and could not have been graded along the lines of K, L, or M standard copper plumbing grades. The Construction Defect Center then called plumbers in various formerly hot US real estate markets like Las Vegas, Phoenix, Dallas, Miami, and learned the Chinese made copper pipe failing, or leaking is a nationwide problem. The Construction Defect Center is now openly warning home builders, and building supply houses, "While it may be too late for many of you, we are saying buying Chinese building products is not worth the hassle, if the product does not meet US building codes. Don't believe us? Lets see how many major US home builders are still in business as soon as the long term health effects of toxic Chinese drywall are known." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

According to Bloomberg News, "On September 27th 2010 The U.S. imposed dumping duties on copper pipes and tubes from China. The United States Department of Commerce imposed the anti dumping sanctions because Chinese copper tube, and pipe makers were flooding the US market. US Manufacturers have complained about dumping less expensive Chinese made copper plumbing pipes on the US markets, and as importantly they have expressed concern about the quality of the Chinese copper pipe."

The Construction Defect Center is warning all US homeowners, in newer homes built, or remodeled after 2004 to be on the lookout for unexplainable mystery plumbing leaks, especially if it involves copper pipe. The group is urging US homeowners; especially those in newer subdivisions, or condominium projects to keep the section of copper pipe that was replaced, because it could be vital evidence, should the home need to have all Chinese made copper plumbing pipe replaced. The group says, "Potentially defective Chinese made copper plumbing pipe is just one more reason the US has to start making things again. What money does anyone save if the entire house has to have all of its Chinese made copper pipe replaced?" http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center says, "Adding insult to injury, defective construction material is not covered on a standard homeowners insurance policy. Translation-there is no homeowners insurance coverage for this new Chinese building product disaster." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

 

 

 

Construction Defect Center Now Wants To Hear From Homeowners If Their US Made Hardwood or Engineered Hardwood Flooring Product Has Delaminated Or Cracked

Monday, January 23, 2012

The Construction Defect Center wants to hear from any US homeowner, if their US made hardwood, or engineered hardwood flooring product has delaminated, or cracked. In addition, the group wants to hear from any homeowner, whose hardwood flooring product has warped, or splintered. The Construction Defect Center is also encouraging all homeowners, who have had the run around from a hardwood flooring product manufacturer to contact them with their specific complaints. The Construction Defect Center's US Made Hardwood or Engineered Hardwood Flooring Initiative is focused on identifying homeowners in the United States, who purchased a US made hardwood, or engineered hardwood flooring product that is now delaminating, warped, curling, or splintering, provided the wood flooring product was purchased, and installed within the last four years. For more information homeowners with recently installed defective high end U.S. made hardwood, or engineered flooring are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) January 23, 2012

The Construction Defect Center is now urging all homeowners to contact them if their recently purchased hardwood, or engineered hardwood flooring product has delaminated, or cracked. The group is also very interested in hearing from US homeowners, whose recently purchased hardwood, or engineered flooring product has curled, or warped. The Construction Defect Center says, "We also want to hear from homeowners who have had to endure the run around from a hardwood, or engineered hardwood flooring manufacturer related to warranty issues. Why have a warranty if it is meaningless, or if there is going to be a systematic pattern of bad faith, when it comes to warranty claims on the part of a hardwood, or engineered hardwood flooring manufacturer's products? Further, why are we getting complaints from homeowners in California, where humidity is not a viable excuse for a hardwood floor failure?" The group would like to hear from any US homeowner, who has complaints about their hardwood flooring, or engineered hardwood flooring product, provided the homeowner can identify the wood flooring manufacturer, they can confirm the wood flooring was installed within the last four years, and the homeowner was told, or led to believe the wood flooring product was made in the United States. Homeowners with complaints about their hardwood, or engineered hardwood flooring products are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Specific Issues the Construction Defect Center is Looking at with Respect to US Made Hardwood & Engineered Hardwood Flooring Products:

  • The hardwood flooring product has cracked
  • The hardwood flooring product has warped
  • The hardwood flooring product has delaminated
  • The hardwood flooring product has splintered
  • The maker of the hardwood flooring product is not backing their warranty
The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

 

 

 

Construction Defect Center Now Says It Is Vital Homeowners with Gentek Siding Issues or Complaints Related to Peeling Color Variations or Warranty Issues to Call Them

Monday, December 19, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is saying, "It is vital homeowners with Gentek metal siding with warranty issues, and or complaints about cracking, peeling, or color variation issues to get identified now." The most common complaints about Gentek metal exterior siding appear to be peeling, cracking, chipping, and or they have complaints about inconsistent color variations with this home exterior siding product. In addition many homeowners have complained about warranty related issues, as Gentek metal siding was supposed to come with a lifetime like warranty. According to the Associated Press on September 12th 2011, "A lawsuit filed by nine plaintiffs claiming Gentek siding products are defective will be allowed to proceed. In an order dated August 23, U.S. District Judge Benita Y. Pearson of the Northern District of Ohio refused a motion by the defendant to dismiss the Gentek siding lawsuit and strike its class action allegations." In many instances homeowners, or home investors used the Gentek metal siding as a way to make their home look better, with no issues related to ever having to paint again. If a homeowner has installed Gentek metal siding, only to see it crack, peel, chip, fade in color, they should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) December 19, 2011

The Construction Defect Center says, "It is vital we identify any homeowner, who has a problem, or has a complaint about Gentek metal siding to call them." The group is saying, "If you have experienced Gentek siding problems, such as Gentek steel siding peeling, cracking, chipping, or inconsistencies with your home's Gentek metal siding color, we want to hear from you, and if possible we want pictures as well. In some instances this product was sold with the promise it would last decades, and many homeowners appear to be having problems in just a few years after installation." According to the Associated Press on September 12th 2011, "A lawsuit filed by nine plaintiffs claiming Gentek siding products are defective will be allowed to proceed. In an order dated August 23, U.S. District Judge Benita Y. Pearson of the Northern District of Ohio refused a motion by the defendant to dismiss the Gentek siding lawsuit and strike its class action allegations." For more information homeowners are welcome to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.com.

If a homeowner has had any of the following problems with Gentek steel siding, and their home, please contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466.

  • Peeling
  • Cracking
  • Chipping
  • Inconsistency in paint color
  • Warranty related issues

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Federal Court Northern District of Ohio Case #10CV-2093

 

 

Construction Defect Center is Now Urging Homeowners with Gentek Siding Issues or Complaints Related to Peeling Cracking Color Variations or Warranty Issues to Call Them

Monday, December 12, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is urging homeowners with Gentek metal siding with warranty issues, and or complaints about cracking, peeling, or color variation issues to get identified now. The most common complaints about Gentek metal exterior siding appear to be peeling, cracking, chipping, and or they have complaints about inconsistent color variations with this home exterior siding product. In addition many homeowners have complained about warranty related issues, as Gentek metal siding was supposed to come with a lifetime like warranty. In many instances homeowners, or home investors used the Gentek metal siding as a way to make their home look better, with no issues related to ever having to paint again. If a homeowner has installed Gentek metal siding, only to see it crack, peel, chip, fade in color, they should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) December 12, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is urging any homeowner who has a problem or has a complaint about Gentek metal siding to call them. The group says, "If you have experienced Gentek siding problems, such as Gentek steel siding peeling, cracking, chipping, or inconsistencies with your home's Gentek metal siding color, we want to hear from you, and if possible we want pictures as well. In some instances this product was sold with the promise it would last decades, and many homeowners appear to be having problems in just a few years after installation." For more information homeowners are welcome to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.com.

If a homeowner has had any of the following problems with Gentek steel siding, and their home, please contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466.

  • Peeling
  • Cracking
  • Chipping
  • Inconsistency in paint color
  • Warranty related issues

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Federal Court Northern District of Ohio Case #10CV-2093

 

 

Construction Defect Center Urges Homeowners With Defective Expensive Hardwood Or Engineered Wood Flooring Complaints To Contact Them

Monday, November 14, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is aware there could be major defect issues related to U.S. made high end hardwood flooring, or engineered hardwood flooring products, and the group wants to hear from homeowners, if their hardwood floor has delaminated, curled, warped, cracked, or splintered. In many instances, high end U.S. made hardwood flooring products cost homeowners tens of thousands of dollars for the flooring, and installation costs. The group says, "We have heard from numerous homeowners, who purchased a very high end, and expensive hardwood, or engineered wood flooring product, that is now cracking, delaminating, warped, curling, or splintering. Supposedly these flooring products were made in the United States? We want to identify any victim of this, provided the wood flooring product was purchased, and installed within the last four years." For more information homeowners with recently installed defective high end U.S. made hardwood, or engineered flooring are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) November 14, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is urging any U.S. homeowner, who has recently purchased a hardwood, or engineered wood flooring product to contact them with their complaints, especially if the complaints involve delaminated, curled, cracked, or if the hardwood, or high end hardwood engineered flooring product has warped. The group wants to hear from homeowners, who have complaints about their hardwood flooring, and have had these types of wood flooring defect issues, with their home's wood floors, provided the homeowner can identify the wood flooring manufacturer, they can confirm the wood flooring was installed within the last four years, and the homeowner was told, or led to believe the wood flooring product was made in the United States. Homeowners with this type of information are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

 

 

 

American Banking News

 

Construction Defect Center Urges Homeowners With Gentek Metal Siding Issues or Complaints Related to Peeling Cracking or Color Variations to Get Identified

The Construction Defect Center now wants to hear from any homeowner who has Gentek metal siding that has cracked, peeled, or is now showing signs of color variations. So far the group has heard from homeowners throughout the Midwest, and the east coast, with these, or warranty related issues. The most common complaints about Gentek metal exterior siding appear to be peeling, cracking, chipping, and or they have complaints about inconsistent color variations with this home exterior siding product. If a homeowner has installed Gentek metal siding, only to see it crack, peel, chip, fade in color, they should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) November 14, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is urging any homeowner who has a problem or has a complaint about Gentek metal siding to call them. The group says, “If you have experienced Gentek siding problems, such as Gentek steel siding peeling, cracking, chipping, or inconsistencies with your home’s Gentek metal siding color, we want to hear from you, and if possible we want pictures as well. In some instances this product was sold with the promise it would last decades, and many homeowners appear to be having problems in just a few years after installation.” For more information homeowners are welcome to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

If a homeowner has had any of the following problems with Gentek steel siding, and their home, please contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466.

  • Peeling
  • Cracking
  • Chipping
  • Inconsistency in paint color

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Federal Court Northern District of Ohio Case #10CV-2093

 

 

Construction Defect Center Urges Homeowners With Defective Expensive Hardwood Or Engineered Wood Flooring Complaints To Contact Them

Monday, November 14, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is aware there could be major defect issues related to U.S. made high end hardwood flooring, or engineered hardwood flooring products, and the group wants to hear from homeowners, if their hardwood floor has delaminated, curled, warped, cracked, or splintered. In many instances, high end U.S. made hardwood flooring products cost homeowners tens of thousands of dollars for the flooring, and installation costs. The group says, "We have heard from numerous homeowners, who purchased a very high end, and expensive hardwood, or engineered wood flooring product, that is now cracking, delaminating, warped, curling, or splintering. Supposedly these flooring products were made in the United States? We want to identify any victim of this, provided the wood flooring product was purchased, and installed within the last four years." For more information homeowners with recently installed defective high end U.S. made hardwood, or engineered flooring are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) November 14, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is urging any U.S. homeowner, who has recently purchased a hardwood, or engineered wood flooring product to contact them with their complaints, especially if the complaints involve delaminated, curled, cracked, or if the hardwood, or high end hardwood engineered flooring product has warped. The group wants to hear from homeowners, who have complaints about their hardwood flooring, and have had these types of wood flooring defect issues, with their home's wood floors, provided the homeowner can identify the wood flooring manufacturer, they can confirm the wood flooring was installed within the last four years, and the homeowner was told, or led to believe the wood flooring product was made in the United States. Homeowners with this type of information are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

 

 

Construction Defect Center Urges Homeowners Stuck With Defective High End U.S. Made Hardwood Or Engineered Wood Flooring To Contact Them With Their Complaints

Thursday, November 3, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is urging homeowners stuck with expensive U.S. made high end wood flooring, or engineered hardwood flooring products to contact them, if their hardwood floor has delaminated, curled, warped, cracked, or splintered. The group says, "We are increasingly hearing from homeowners, who purchased a very high end, and expensive hardwood, or engineered wood flooring product, that is cracking, delaminating, warped, curling, or splintering, and supposedly these flooring products were made in the United States. We want to identify any victim of this, provided the wood flooring product was purchased, and installed within the last four years." For more information homeowners with recently installed defective high end U.S. made hardwood, or engineered flooring are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) November 03, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is encouraging U.S. homeowners, who recently purchased a hardwood, or engineered wood flooring product to contact them with their complaints. The group is specifically focused on identifying homeowners, who have purchased a hardwood, or engineered hardwood flooring product, if it has delaminated, curled, cracked, or if the hardwood, or high end hardwood engineered flooring product has warped. The group wants to hear from homeowners, who have complaints about their hardwood flooring, and have had these types of wood flooring defect issues, with their home's wood floors, provided the homeowner can identify the wood flooring manufacturer, they can confirm the wood flooring was installed within the last four years, and the homeowner was told, or led to believe the wood flooring product was made in the United States. Homeowners with this type of information are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

Construction Defect Center Now Wants To Hear From Homeowners That Have Gentek Metal Siding Complaints Related To Peeling Cracking Or Color Variations

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

The Construction Defect Center has expanded it's national investigation of a metal siding product called Gentek, and the group now wants to hear from any homeowner, who has Gentek metal siding that has cracked, peeled, or is now showing signs of color variations. So far the group has heard from homeowners throughout the Midwest, and the east coast, with these, or warranty related issues. The most common complaints about Gentek metal exterior siding appear to be peeling, cracking, chipping, and or inconsistent color variations with this home exterior siding product. If a homeowner has installed Gentek metal siding, only to see it crack, peel, chip, fade in color, they should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) November 01, 2011

The Construction Defect Center wants to hear from any homeowner, who has a problem, or has a complaint about Gentek metal siding. The group says, "If you have experienced Gentek siding problems, such as Gentek steel siding peeling, cracking, chipping, or inconsistencies with your home's Gentek siding color, we want to hear from you, and if possible we want pictures as well. In some instances this product was sold with the promise it would last decades, and many homeowners appear to be having problems in just a few years after installation." For more information homeowners are welcome to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

If a homeowner has had any of the following problems with Gentek steel siding, and their home, please contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466.

  • Peeling
  • Cracking
  • Chipping
  • Inconsistency in paint color

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Federal Court Northern District of Ohio Case #10CV-2093

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Construction Defect Center Expands Its National Investigation For Homeowners Stuck With Defective High End U.S. Made Hardwood Or Engineered Wood Flooring Products

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The Construction Defect Center is expanding it's national investigation of U.S. made hardwood flooring products, and or engineered wood flooring products. The specific issues targeted by the group include extensive cracking, delamination, curling, and splinters. The group wants to hear from any U.S. homeowner, who has had these types of problems with a hardwood flooring product, or an engineered wood flooring product, provided the product was purchased within the last four years, and provided the wood flooring product was made in the United States. According to some consumer reports U.S. made wood flooring products, also frequently called engineered hardwood flooring were frequently added as a builder upgrade in the last several years, or the wood flooring was purchased by the homeowner, via a local distributor, or retail outlet, especially in California, the extreme Northeast, and the Washington DC metro areas. The Construction Defect Center says, "If within the last four years, a homeowner has installed high end U.S. made wood flooring, or engineered hardwood flooring, only to see it delaminate, curl, crack, or splinter, our group would like to hear from you anytime at 866-714-6466." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) October 27, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is dramatically expanding a national investigation into high end U.S. made wood flooring products, also known as engineered wood flooring products, in order to discover if there are consistent complaints about the wood floors, and delamination, curing, cracking, or splintering. The group wants to hear from homeowners, who have had these types of wood flooring defect issues, with their home’s wood floors, provided the homeowner can identify the wood flooring manufacturer, they can confirm the wood flooring was installed within the last four years, and the homeowner was told, or led to believe the wood flooring product was made in the United States. Homeowners with this type of information are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Construction Defect Center Expands Its National Investigation For Homeowners Stuck With Defective High End U.S. Made Hardwood Or Engineered Wood Flooring Products

Thursday, October 27, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is expanding it's national investigation of U.S. made hardwood flooring products, and or engineered wood flooring products. The specific issues targeted by the group include extensive cracking, delamination, curling, and splinters. The group wants to hear from any U.S. homeowner, who has had these types of problems with a hardwood flooring product, or an engineered wood flooring product, provided the product was purchased within the last four years, and provided the wood flooring product was made in the United States. According to some consumer reports U.S. made wood flooring products, also frequently called engineered hardwood flooring were frequently added as a builder upgrade in the last several years, or the wood flooring was purchased by the homeowner, via a local distributor, or retail outlet, especially in California, the extreme Northeast, and the Washington DC metro areas. The Construction Defect Center says, "If within the last four years, a homeowner has installed high end U.S. made wood flooring, or engineered hardwood flooring, only to see it delaminate, curl, crack, or splinter, our group would like to hear from you anytime at 866-714-6466." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) October 27, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is dramatically expanding a national investigation into high end U.S. made wood flooring products, also known as engineered wood flooring products, in order to discover if there are consistent complaints about the wood floors, and delamination, curing, cracking, or splintering. The group wants to hear from homeowners, who have had these types of wood flooring defect issues, with their home's wood floors, provided the homeowner can identify the wood flooring manufacturer, they can confirm the wood flooring was installed within the last four years, and the homeowner was told, or led to believe the wood flooring product was made in the United States. Homeowners with this type of information are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

Construction Defect Center Launches National Investigation Into Gentek Siding & Wants To Hear From Homeowners Who Have Had Issues With Peeling Cracking Or Color Variation

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The Construction Defect Center has heard from homeowners complaining about their homes exterior siding product called Gentek siding, and the group is now launching a national investigation to determine if other homeowners have problems, as well. The four most common complaints about Gentek exterior siding appear to be peeling, cracking, chipping, and or inconsistent color variations with this home exterior siding product. If a homeowner has installed Gentek siding within the last four years, only to see it crack, peel, chip, fade in color, they should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) October 25, 2011

The Construction Defect Center says, "If you have experienced Gentek siding problems, such as Gentek steel siding peeling, cracking, chipping, or inconsistencies with your home's Gentek siding color, we want to hear from you, and if possible we want pictures as well. In some instances this product was sold with the promise it would last decades, and many homeowners appear to be having problems in just a few years after installation." For more information homeowners are welcome to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

If a homeowner has had any of the following problems with Gentek steel siding, and their home, please contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466.

  • Peeling
  • Cracking
  • Chipping
  • Inconsistency in paint color

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Federal Court Northern District of Ohio Case #10CV-2093

 

Construction Defect Center Begins A National Outreach Campaign For Homeowners Stuck With Defective High End U.S. Made Wood Flooring Products

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is initiating a national outreach campaign designed to identify homeowners, who are stuck with a U.S. made, poor quality wood flooring product. The specific issues targeted by the group include extensive cracking, delamination, curling, and splinters, and the specific name of the manufacturer. According to some consumer reports U.S. made wood flooring products, also frequently called engineered hardwood flooring were frequently added as a builder upgrade in the last several years, or the wood flooring was purchased by the homeowner, via a local distributor, or retail outlet. The Construction Defect Center says, "If within the last four years, a homeowner has installed high end U.S. made wood flooring, or engineered hardwood flooring, only to see it delaminate, curl, crack, or splinter, our group would like to hear from you anytime at 866-714-6466." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) October 25, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is launching a national investigation into high end U.S. made wood flooring products, also known as engineered wood flooring products, to discover if there are consistent complaints about the wood floors and delamination, curing, cracking, or splintering. The group wants to hear from homeowners, who have had these types of wood flooring defect issues, with their home's wood floors, provided the homeowner can identify the wood flooring manufacturer, can confirm the wood flooring was installed within the last four years, and was told, or led to believe the wood flooring product was made in the United States. Homeowners with this type of information are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy group in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

The US Must Start Making Building Products

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Builder News Staff | August 9th, 2011

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The Construction Defect Center is urging US corporations, entrepreneurs, and investors to get back into the domestic manufacturing industry, especially with respect to building products. The group says,"We think the outsourcing experiment to China has been an absolute disaster, from appliances, to residential windows, to drywall, the products have either failed, they are toxic, or both. The actual US unemployment rate is probably 17%+, we need to start making things again."

The Construction Defect Center in the strongest terms possible is urging US corporations, entrepreneurs, and investors to help the United States get back into the manufacturing business again. After the now famous Standard & Poor's downgrade of the USA on August 5th 2011, and the $600+ point drop of the US Stock Market on Monday August 8th 2011, the Construction Defect Center thinks it's time for the US to stop outsourcing everything to China, and do everything possible to start making the products ourselves. The group says, "We believe US State's like Texas, and or Alabama are attractive with their right to work approach, and with ingenuity we believe we can compete with China, or anyone.

The Construction Defect Center is now saying,"We are calling upon Home Depot, Lowes, and other major home improvement retailers to have a made in the USA isle in their stores. We need to get our nation working again with private sector jobs. There is a market for Made In The USA Products, can US corporations, investors, and entrepreneurs step up to the plate?"

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Construction Defect Center Warns US Homeowners & Homebuilders About Buying Chinese Building Products-Ever Hear Of Toxic Chinese Drywall?

2 hrs 28 mins ago

The Construction Defect Center is warning all US homeowners, homebuilders, or contractors to think twice about buying cheap Chinese building products. The group says, "Ever hear about toxic Chinese drywall? Toxic Chinese drywall was being imported into the US as late as early 2009, its all over the US Southeast, and when its all said and done, its going to be a disaster that's going to cost tens, and tens of billions of dollars, or more to fix. Trust us, buying cheap Chinese building products is no bargain." The Construction Defect Center is also very concerned about Chinese made residential windows, plumbing fixtures, pipes, pretty much you name it. They say, "Our biggest worry about Chinese made building products is they do not stand behind their products. As an example at this moment there is only one Chinese drywall maker standing behind their toxic Chinese drywall product. This company is actually German owned. The other Chinese drywall makers are doing basically nothing, or they no longer understand English. Even more regrettable is the fact the US has no trade agreement with the Chinese with teeth, when it comes to their seemingly never ending river of defective products. How stupid are we?" http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(PRWEB) May 17, 2011

The Construction Defect Center is one of the premier construction defect homeowners advocates in the United States. The group is warning all US homeowners, homebuilders and contractors to weigh the costs of using cheap, and frequently defective, Chinese building products as opposed to buying something that will actually work and not end up hurting the end user. They say, "For anyone thinking we are exaggerating about Chinese building products ultimately hurting the end user, take a good look at what toxic Chinese drywall does to air conditioning coils in Florida, and then try to tell us that would be good for your health. While imported toxic Chinese drywall might be an extreme example, we are also terrified about imported Chinese plumbing products, windows, appliances, electrical devices, cabinets, etc. Do you really save money, when the repair cost is twice, or three times as much as the original purchase? Talk to a Florida homeowner stuck in toxic Chinese drywall hell, and ask them what they think of Chinese building products." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center is strongly encouraging the US to get back into the construction products manufacturing business. The group fears the short term cost savings of importing defective Chinese building products are far outweighed by the costs associated with repairing the aftermath of defective Chinese building products. The group says, "Why do business with a country, that has a no return policy on its defective products? The Chinese are not the Japanese, when it comes to having pride in the manufactured products it produces. Worse yet, we don't think the Chinese care about the quality of their products at all. The bottom line in all of this is, if the Chinese will not stand behind their building products, perhaps its time we either re-start making building products again, or we find a trading partner, that values quality, and customer satisfaction." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

For more information about toxic Chinese drywall please visit the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center's web site at http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

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Construction Defect Center Urges Successful Construction Defect Law Firms to Participate in a State by State Construction Defect Initiative

Mon Mar 28, 9:00 am ET

The Construction Defect Center is one of the best branded sources in the US on the issue of residential construction defects, or construction defect issues. The group says, "One of our biggest challenges is educating homeowners in a recently built subdivision or condominium about construction defect related issues, in every US state. The average homeowner has no clue about what are obvious or serious universal construction defect issues, including stucco or siding issues, window failures, defective plumbing material, roofing failures, and/or specific construction issues related to a state or region. The bottom line in all of this, is we want to educate these homeowners, and we want to get them organized." The group says, "Every state has some similar, but frequently unique construction defect issues, so we want to attack the consumer educational aspect of the problem, and we want to do this with a state-specific construction defect campaign designed with homeowner protection and integrity in mind." Construction defect law firms with a viable and well established construction defect practice are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center for more information at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com.

(Vocus/PRWEB) March 28, 2011

The Construction Defect Center says, "We have homeowners in newer subdivisions or condominiums in every state in the country who are living with construction defects, and we need to help educate them about construction defects and try to get them some help." They say, "We know at the peak of the US housing boom, most US major residential homebuilders were not that concerned about quality; they were more worried about profit, and we don't want to see homeowners left holding the bag." The group says, "our national initiative is actually a state by state educational program designed to be sponsored by a skilled construction defect attorney or construction defect law firm that recognizes the need to alert or educate homeowners in their state about common construction defect issues or problems." The Construction Defect Center says, "These homeowners for the most part have no clue about how expensive these repairs can be, and we do not want a innocent homeowner stuck with the bill for a builder's failure to do it right the first time." Established construction defect law firms that see the value in a homeowner's construction defect educational initiative in their state are welcome to call Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com.

The key focus points for Construction Defects Center's State by State Construction Defect Educational Initiative for Homeowners in Condominiums, Subdivisions, or Townhomes include:

  • Stucco, or siding failures
  • Defective roofing, or defective roof designs
  • Balcony, or deck failures
  • Mold
  • Structural issues
  • Plumbing issues, or defective plumbing parts
  • Window failures
  • Soil Settlement
The Construction Defect Center says, "One of the biggest problems is homeowners in condominiums and/or subdivisions do not talk to each other or share information about a builder's defects in their new home, town home, or condominium unit. Our initiative is all about changing this." For more information, ethical construction defect attorneys or law firms that see the merit in supporting an effort to help educate homeowners in their state about serious construction defect issues can contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com






The Construction Defect Center Invites Skilled Construction Defect Law Firms To Participate In A State By State Construction Defect Initiative

The Construction Defect Center is one of the best branded sources in the US on the issue of residential construction defects. The group says, "One of our biggest challenges is educating homeowners in a recently built new home or condominium about construction defect related issues, in almost any US state. The average homeowner has no clue about what are obvious or serious construction defect issues, and we want to change this dynamic in every state." The group says, "Every state has some similar, but frequently unique construction defect issues, so we want to attack the consumer educational aspect of the problem, and we want to do this with a state specific construction defect campaign designed with homeowner protection, and integrity in mind." Construction defect law firms with a viable and well established construction defect practice are encouraged to contact the Construction Defect Center for more information at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com.

(Vocus/PRWEB) March 01, 2011

The Construction Defect Center says, "We think it is imperative that homeowners who live in homes, condominiums, or town homes built since 2004 get up to speed on the ticking clock, that involves getting their construction defect claim submitted before time runs out." They say, "We know at the peak of the US housing boom, most US major residential homebuilders were not that concerned about quality; they were more worried about profit, and we don't want to see homeowners left holding the bag." The group says, "our national initiative is actually a state by state educational program designed to be sponsored by a skilled construction defect attorney or construction defect law firm that recognizes the need to alert or educate homeowners in their state about common construction defect issues or problems." The Construction Defect Center says, "This is a no strings attached initiative, so there are no ethical issues for participating construction defect law firms or attorneys. These homeowners for the most part have no clue about how expensive these repairs can be, and again, we do not want these consumers left holding the bag for a builder's failure to do it right the first time." For more information interested construction defect law firms with a proven track record in construction defect law in their state can contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center says, "Our state by state construction defect initiative will focus on educating homeowners of new homes or condominiums about how to spot obvious construction defect issues including window failures, defective roofing material, or roofing design, stucco cracks, or exterior siding failures, plumbing issues, mold, structural issues, soil settlement issues, drainage issues, defective concrete, or foundation failures, and/or balcony or deck failures." The group says, "One of the biggest problems is homeowners in condominiums and/or subdivisions do not talk to each other or share information about a builder's defects in their new home, town home, or condominium unit. Our initiative is all about changing this." For more information ethical construction defect attorneys or law firms that see the merit in supporting an effort to help educate homeowners in their state about serious construction defect issues can contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

 

 

 

 

Construction Defect Center Ramps Up On Possibly The Largest Defective Plumbing Recall In US History Involving Upinor's Or RTI's P-Pex & MB Pex Fittings

Monday, January 10, 2011

The Construction Defect Center says, "We want to hear from all US homeowners, or plumbers who have had, or know of a plumbing failure involving Unonor's, or RTI's P Pex, or MB Pex brass fittings. If you have these specific type of plumbing brass fittings, court records indicate they could all fail, and the entire house will need to be re-plumbed." They say, "if need be, we will contact every plumber in the US to identify homes that have the Upinor P-PEX, MB-Pex, or Radiant Technology defective brass fittings-its that big of a deal." The group says, "We desperately need neighborhood, or local US plumbing companies to get the word out to their customers about Uponor's, or RTI's P Pex, MB Pex, or Radiant Technologies defective brass fittings. We have already discovered these defective plumbing fittings in New York, California, Michigan, New Mexico and Arizona." Plumbers, or homeowners wishing more information can call the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

(Vocus/PRWEB) January 10, 2011

The Construction Defect Center says, "as we enter 2011 we intend to dramatically ramp up our national initiative involving a specific defective plumbing product called Uponor, or RTI P Pex, or MB Pex fittings. According to court papers these plumbing fittings will fail. We'd call this your basic homeowner disaster-because we think the fittings will continue to fail, and fail, and fail-unless they are all replaced." They say, "if we have to contact every plumber, or plumbing company in the United States we will. Plumbers, who have recently repaired a Uponor, or its wholly-owned subsidiary Radiant Technology's P Pex, or MB Pex brass plumbing fitting, should contact their clients, and ask them to contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The plumbing products at issue are Uponor's, or RTI's P-Pex, or MB-Pex brass fittings inserted into crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) tubing. The Construction Defect Center says, "Although Uponor and RTI advertised, and warranted their brass P PEX, or MB Pex fittings for as long as 25 years, the fittings began failing -- sometimes only months after installation. The Construction Defect Center has already identified homeowners in New York, Arizona and California, where this has happened. When the fittings fail, water leaks can severely damage walls, floors, and other personal property. All of Uponor's fittings are identified by a P Pex or MB Pex stamped on their side. The Construction Defect Center says, "Our investigation involves homes, or buildings built nationwide from 2004-2007. We are talking about 100,000's of US homes, in what could be the largest ever plumbing recall in US history." If a homeowner, or plumber has had a failed brass fitting that was produced by Uponor, or RTI, they should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466 or via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.com

The Construction Defect Center says, "Uponor, or RTI's plumbing systems, and fittings called P Pex & MB Pex allegedly fail when they are exposed to water because of a chemical reaction known as dezincification, which results in reduced water flow and leaks." The Construction Defect Center says, "Based on our research, the P Pex, and MB Pex brass fittings can cause enormous damage for a homeowner when they crack, or begin leaking. Further, because the problem with these brass fittings create a chemical reaction called dezincification, a homeowner may not be getting any where close to normal water pressure in their home." The Construction defect Center says, "Most amazing of all, Uponor marketed their brass insert fittings as being resistant to corrosion, easier to install, and longer-lasting than copper plumbing systems. What the homeowner, or most plumbers do not realize is that by fixing just one failed P Pex, or MB Pex fitting-you have not corrected the entire problem. Based on court papers all of the fittings could fail." Homeowners, or building owners, who have incurred significant loss because of a failed Uponor, or RTI's P Pex, or MB Pex plumbing brass fitting, or homeowners, or who are concerned about a potential future failure should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

The Construction Defect Center is the premier private advocacy in the United States for consumers stuck with construction defects. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Southern District Federal Court of Texas: Case NO.07-2986

Construction Defect Center Wants To Hear From Homeowners Who've Had Plumbing Failures With Uponor's P Pex Or MB Pex Brass Fittings

The Construction Defect Center says, "We want to hear from all US homeowners, or plumbers who have had, or know of a plumbing failure involving Unonor's, or RTI's P Pex, or MB Pex brass fittings. If you have these specific type of plumbing brass fittings, court records indicate they could all fail, and the entire house will need to be re-plumbed." The group says, "We desperately need neighborhood, or local US plumbing companies to get the word out to their customers about Uponor's, or RTI's P Pex, and MB Pex defective brass fittings. We have already discovered these defective plumbing fittings in New York, California, and Arizona." Plumbers, or homeowners wishing more information can call the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Washington, DC (Vocus) November 10, 2010

The Construction Defect Center says, "We think there are literally 100,000's of US homes that have a specific defective plumbing product called Uponor, or RTI P Pex, or MB Pex fittings, and according to court papers these will fail. We'd call this your basic homeowner nightmare-because we think the fittings will continue to fail, and fail, and fail-unless they are all replaced." They say, "Plumbers, who have recently repaired a Uponor, or its wholly-owned subsidiary Radiant Technology's P Pex, or MB Pex brass plumbing fitting, should contact their clients, and ask them to contact us immediately." The products at issue are brass fittings inserted into crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) tubing. The group says, "Although Uponor and RTI advertised, and warranted their brass P PEX, or MB Pex fittings for as long as 25 years, the fittings began failing -- sometimes only months after installation. The Construction Defect Center has already identified homeowners in New York, Arizona and California, where this has happened. When the fittings fail, water leaks can severely damage walls, floors, and other personal property. All of Uponor's fittings are identified by a P Pex or MB Pex stamped on their side. The Construction Defect Center says, "Our investigation involves homes, or buildings built nationwide from 2004-2007. We are talking about 100,000's of US homes, in what could be the largest ever plumbing recall in US history." If a homeowner, or plumber has had a failed brass fitting that was produced by Uponor, or RTI, they should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466 or via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.com

The Construction Defect Center says, "Uponor, or RTI's plumbing systems, and fittings called P Pex & MB Pex allegedly fail when they are exposed to water because of a chemical reaction known as dezincification, which results in reduced water flow and leaks." The Construction Defect Center says, "Based on our research, the P Pex, and MB Pex brass fittings can cause enormous damage for a homeowner when they crack, or begin leaking. Further, because the problem with these brass fittings create a chemical reaction called dezincification, a homeowner may not be getting any where close to normal water pressure in their home." The Construction defect Center says, "Most amazing of all, Uponor marketed their brass insert fittings as being resistant to corrosion, easier to install, and longer-lasting than copper plumbing systems. What the homeowner, or most plumbers do not realize is that by fixing just one failed P Pex, or MB Pex fitting-you have not corrected the entire problem. Based on court papers all of the fittings could fail." Homeowners, or building owners, who have incurred significant loss because of a failed Uponor, or RTI's P Pex, or MB Pex plumbing brass fitting should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Southern District Federal Court of Texas: Case NO.07-2986

Construction Defect Center Urges Plumbers to Tell Their Clients About Uponor's P Pex & MB Pex Defective Brass Fittings in 100,000's Of U.S. Homes

The Construction Defect Center is saying, "we desperately need neighborhood, or local US plumbing companies to get the word out to their customers about Uponor's, or RTI's P Pex, and MB Pex defective brass fittings. Based on court papers-the entire home should have all of the defective Uponor, or RTI's P Pex, or MB Pex fittings replaced." In court documents, Minnesota-based Uponor Inc. admits to selling defective, and dangerous plumbing fittings, but refuses to honor homeowner warranties. The group says," we desperately need to get the word out to plumbers in every US city, county, and state, in the hopes they can contact their homeowners-clients, who have the P Pex, or MB Pex Uponor fittings, or RTI defective fittings in their homes, or buildings. Again based on court papers, we think the fittings should all be replaced, and we want to hear from plumbers, or homeowners who have already had to replace one of these fittings." Plumbers, or homeowners wishing more information can call the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Washington, DC (Vocus) October 25, 2010

The Construction Defect Center says, "according to court papers, plumbing fittings called P Pex & MB Pex, sold by Uponor, Inc, and its wholly-owned subsidiary Radiant Technology, Inc, are defective and fail prematurely, causing extensive water damage to homes, commercial buildings and other property." The products at issue are brass fittings inserted into crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) tubing. The group says, "although Uponor and RTI advertised, and warranted their brass P PEX, or MB Pex fittings for as long as 25 years, the fittings began failing -- sometimes only months after installation." The Construction Defect Center has already identified homeowners in New York, and California, where this has happened. When the fittings fail, water leaks can severely damage walls, floors, and other personal property. All of Uponor's fittings are identified by a P Pex or MB Pex stamped on their side. The Construction Defect Center says, "our investigation involves homes, or buildings built nationwide from 2004-2007. We are talking about 100,000's of US homes, in what could be the largest ever plumbing recall in history." If a homeowner, or plumber has had a failed brass fitting that was produced by Uponor, or RTI, they should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466 or via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.com

The Construction Defect Center says, "Uponor, or RTI's plumbing systems, and fittings called P Pex & MB Pex allegedly fail when they are exposed to water because of a chemical reaction known as dezincification, which results in reduced water flow and leaks." The Construction Defect Center says, "based on our research, the P Pex, and MB Pex brass fittings can cause enormous damage for a homeowner when they crack, or begin leaking. Further, because the problem with these brass fittings create a chemical reaction called dezincification, a homeowner may not be getting any where close to normal water pressure in their home." The Construction defect Center says, "most amazing of all, Uponor marketed their brass insert fittings as being resistant to corrosion, easier to install, and longer-lasting than copper plumbing systems. What the homeowner, or most plumbers do not realize is that by fixing just one failed P Pex, or MB Pex fitting-you have not corrected the entire problem. Based on court papers all of the fittings could fail." Homeowners, or building owners, who have incurred significant loss because of a failed Uponor, or RTI's P Pex, or MB Pex plumbing brass fitting should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Southern District Federal Court of Texas: Case NO.07-2986

Construction Defect Center Says We Need Plumbers To Tell their Clients About Uponor's P Pex & MB Pex Brass Fittings & Failures

The Construction Defect Center is saying, "Minnesota-based Uponor Inc. admits to selling defective, and dangerous plumbing fittings, but refuses to honor homeowner warranties according to court papers." The group says," we desperately need to get the word out to plumbers nationwide, in the hopes they can contact their to homeowners-clients, who have the K Pex, or MB Pex Uponor fitting, or RTI defective fittings in their homes, or buildings. Based on court papers we think the fittings should all be replaced." Plumbers, or homeowners wishing more information can call the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Washington, DC (Vocus) October 17, 2010

The Construction Defect Center says, "plumbing fittings sold by Uponor, Inc, and its wholly-owned subsidiary Radiant Technology, Inc, are defective and fail prematurely, causing extensive water damage to homes, commercial buildings and other property, according to court documents." The products at issue are brass fittings inserted into crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) tubing. The group says, "although Uponor and RTI advertised and warranted their brass PEX fittings for as long as 25 years, the fittings began failing -- sometimes only months after installation. When the fittings fail, water leaks can extensively damage walls, floors, and other personal property."All of Uponor's fittings are identified by a P Pex or MB Pex stamped on their side. The Construction Defect Center says, "our investigation involves homes, or buildings built in the US Southeast, Texas, the Northwest, and nationwide from 2004-2007." If a homeowner, or plumber has had a failed brass fitting that was produced by Uponor, or RTI, they should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466 or via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.com

According to court documents, "Uponor plumbing systems, and fittings allegedly fail when they are exposed to water because of a chemical reaction known as dezincification, which results in reduced water flow and leaks." The Construction Defect Center says, "based on our research, the P Pex, and MB Pex brass fittings can cause enormous damage for a homeowner when they crack, or begin leaking. Further, because the problem with these brass fittings creates a chemical reaction called dezincification, a homeowner may not be getting anything close to normal water pressure in their home." The Construction defect Center says, most amazing of all, Uponor marketed their brass insert fittings as being resistant to corrosion, easier to install, and longer-lasting than copper plumbing systems." Homeowners, or building owners, who have incurred significant loss because of a failed Uponor P Pex, or MB Pex plumbing brass fitting should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Southern District Federal Court of Texas: Case NO.07-2986

The Construction Defect Center Calls For A National Alert Of Uponor's P Pex & MB Pex Plumbing Fittings

Americas Watchdog's Construction Defect Center is calling for a national alert related to Uponor's plumbing fittings, which are identified by a P Pex or MB Pex stamped on their side. A national class action lawsuit claims that Uponor's brass fittings were incorrectly designed, and manufactured. As a result, the homeowners allege that the Uponor Pex fittings fail prematurely, apparently in some cases only months after they were installed. The Construction Defect Center says, "We know the Uponor P Pex, MB Pex fittings were installed in tens, and tens of thousands of new homes in throughout the US Southwest, Texas and nationwide. We want to hear from homeowners, or specifically plumbers, who have had problems with these types of Uponor brass plumbing fittings." For more information please contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Washington, DC (Vocus) October 12, 2010

The Construction Defect Center says, "We are now calling for a national homeowners alert on all Upinor P Pex, and MB Pex plumbing fittings. We want to hear from plumbers, or homeowners who have had an issue with these products." They say "According to court filings Uponor admits their P Pex, and MB Pex fittings are defective, and unreasonably dangerous were used in plumbing systems installed in homes and buildings across the country." The group says, "Its hard to imagine, but Uponor has replaced the fittings in homes built by some of the nation's largest home builders, yet, Uponor refuses to do the same for individual homeowners stuck with a potentially defective plumbing product? We want to hear from anyone who has had a problem with these Uponor plumbing fittings." For more information homeowners, or plumbers can contact the Construction Defect Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Special Note To Plumbers From The Construction Defect Center: "If you have replaced an Uponor P Pex, or MB Pex plumbing fitting in the US Southwest, in places like Phoenix, Tucson, Las Vegas, Palm Springs, Sacramento, Modesto, Riverside, and or the metro areas Houston, Austin, Dallas, Texas, please call us at 866-714-6466."

The Construction Defect Center says, "According to court documents, Uponor plumbing systems, and fittings allegedly fail when they are exposed to water because of a chemical reaction known as dezincification, which results in reduced water flow and leaks." The Construction Defect Center says, "based on our research, the P Pex, and MB Pex brass fittings can cause enormous damage for a homeowner when they crack, or begin leaking. Further, because the problem with these brass fittings creates a chemical reaction called dezincification, a homeowner may not be getting anything close to normal water pressure in their home." The Construction defect Center says, most amazing of all, Uponor marketed their brass insert fittings as being resistant to corrosion, easier to install, and longer-lasting than copper plumbing systems." Homeowners who have incurred significant loss because of a failed Uponor P Pex, or MB Pex plumbing brass fitting should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com


Southern District Federal Court of Texas: Case NO.07-2986

The Construction Defect Center Calls For A National Alert Of Uponor's P Pex & MB Pex Plumbing Fittings

Americas Watchdog's Construction Defect Center is calling for a national alert related to Uponor's plumbing fittings, which are identified by a P Pex or MB Pex stamped on their side. A national class action lawsuit claims that Uponor's brass fittings were incorrectly designed, and manufactured. As a result, the homeowners allege that the Uponor Pex fittings fail prematurely, apparently in some cases only months after they were installed. The Construction Defect Center says, "We know the Uponor P Pex, MB Pex fittings were installed in tens, and tens of thousands of new homes in throughout the US Southwest, Texas and nationwide. We want to hear from homeowners, or specifically plumbers, who have had problems with these types of Uponor brass plumbing fittings." For more information please contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Washington, DC (Vocus) October 12, 2010

The Construction Defect Center says, "We are now calling for a national homeowners alert on all Upinor P Pex, and MB Pex plumbing fittings. We want to hear from plumbers, or homeowners who have had an issue with these products." They say "According to court filings Uponor admits their P Pex, and MB Pex fittings are defective, and unreasonably dangerous were used in plumbing systems installed in homes and buildings across the country." The group says, "Its hard to imagine, but Uponor has replaced the fittings in homes built by some of the nation's largest home builders, yet, Uponor refuses to do the same for individual homeowners stuck with a potentially defective plumbing product? We want to hear from anyone who has had a problem with these Uponor plumbing fittings." For more information homeowners, or plumbers can contact the Construction Defect Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Special Note To Plumbers From The Construction Defect Center: "If you have replaced an Uponor P Pex, or MB Pex plumbing fitting in the US Southwest, in places like Phoenix, Tucson, Las Vegas, Palm Springs, Sacramento, Modesto, Riverside, and or the metro areas Houston, Austin, Dallas, Texas, please call us at 866-714-6466."

The Construction Defect Center says, "According to court documents, Uponor plumbing systems, and fittings allegedly fail when they are exposed to water because of a chemical reaction known as dezincification, which results in reduced water flow and leaks." The Construction Defect Center says, "based on our research, the P Pex, and MB Pex brass fittings can cause enormous damage for a homeowner when they crack, or begin leaking. Further, because the problem with these brass fittings creates a chemical reaction called dezincification, a homeowner may not be getting anything close to normal water pressure in their home." The Construction defect Center says, most amazing of all, Uponor marketed their brass insert fittings as being resistant to corrosion, easier to install, and longer-lasting than copper plumbing systems." Homeowners who have incurred significant loss because of a failed Uponor P Pex, or MB Pex plumbing brass fitting should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com


Southern District Federal Court of Texas: Case NO.07-29866

The Construction Defect Center Launches A National Investigation Related To Uponor's P Pex & MB Pex Plumbing Fittings Because Of Failures

Washington, DC (Vocus) September 30, 2010

The Construction Defect Center says, "according to court filings Uponor admits their P Pex, and MB Pex fittings are defective and unreasonably dangerous were used in plumbing systems installed in homes and buildings across the country." The group says, "apparently Uponor has replaced the fittings in homes built by some of the nation's largest home builders, however, Uponor refuses to do the same for individual homeowners stuck with a potentially defective plumbing product? We want to hear from anyone who has had a problem with these Uponor plumbing fittings." For more information homeowners, or plumbers can contact the Construction Defect Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

According to court documents, "Uponor plumbing systems, and fittings allegedly fail when they are exposed to water because of a chemical reaction known as dezincification, which results in reduced water flow and leaks." The Construction Defect Center says, "based on our research, the P Pex, and MB Pex brass fittings can cause enormous damage for a homeowner when they crack, or begin leaking. Further, because the problem with these brass fittings creates a chemical reaction called dezincification, a homeowner may not be getting anything close to normal water pressure in their home." The Construction defect Center says, most amazing of all, Uponor marketed their brass insert fittings as being resistant to corrosion, easier to install, and longer-lasting than copper plumbing systems." Homeowners who have incurred significant loss because of a failed Uponor P Pex, or MB Pex plumbing brass fitting should contact the Construction Defect Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Southern District Federal Court of Texas: Case NO.07-2986

Americas Watchdog Introduces The Construction Defect Center As The Premier US Advocate For Construction Defects

The Construction Defect Center has been designed to become the best homeowners resource for defective construction products or workmanship in the United States. Too many US homeowners are currently stuck in a new home that is poorly made or has numerous defective construction products, with no place to turn. The Construction Defect Center says, "we intend to change this no place to turn issue, by helping homeowners suffering because of inferior construction products or appliances and/or poor workmanship. Our emphasis will be on subdivisions or condominium complexes in every state." The group says, "as an example, we just learned about a US dishwasher recall involving perhaps up to 200,000 high end dishwashers. These machines cost $1000 new--the worry is they can catch on fire--the manufacturer is offering a $150 rebate? We say baloney--so this will become one of our newest initiatives." The Construction Defect Center will also focus on building envelope and/or water intrusion issues, because the group says, "it's wrong to constantly leave the US homeowner holding the bag if you are a major US homebuilder or developer." For more information homeowners can call the Construction Defect Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com.

According to the Construction Defect Center, "on July 13th 2010 Senate Majority leader Harry Reid made an astonishingly stupid remark about all the homes in Nevada were built by documented workers. Nothing could be further from the truth, and even worse, for the most part the homebuilders and the undocumented workers failed to pay federal taxes." The group says, "most of these workers are long gone, the builders in many cases are BK, and the innocent homeowners feel helpless. We intend to change this. Ever hear of insurance?" Http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com.



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