The Washington Construction Defect Center says, “If you are a homeowner in a subdivision built in Washington State after 2018 and your home has numerous construction defects your home builder failed to repair-please call us at 866-714-6466.”
SEATTLE, WA, June 06, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — According to the Washington Construction defect Center, “If you are a homeowner in a newer subdivision built anywhere in Washington State after 2018 and your home has numerous construction- defects your home builder failed to repair-please call us anytime at 866-714-6466. We want to do everything possible to ensure you do not get stuck with the bill for making what might be very expensive repairs to your home.
“We hear from homeowners living in defective homes in newer subdivisions all the time and typically the homeowner will explain the builder used COVID as an excuse as to why they could not repair their home, and since last year the builder’s representatives no longer return the homeowner’s calls.
“The other issue for people like this anywhere in Washington State is they are probably not the only homeowners in their subdivision with the exact same unresolved construction issues. If this sounds like you-please give us a call any time before 6PM Pacific time at 866-614-6466. We would like to help-and we will find you an attorney-if we think this step is necessary.” https://Washington.ConstructionDefectCenter.Com
The Washington Construction Defect Center Would Like to Hear from Homeowners in Newer Subdivisions in Washington State If They Have the Following Types of Problems:
*Water leaks because of improperly installed or defective siding
* Improperly installed windows that create water leaks-or-windows that never properly opened.
* Exterior doors that were improperly installed that lead to water leaks-or-doors that never closed properly.
*Defective roofs that were improperly flashed or installed and or that have defective roofing material.
*Severe foundation cracks or foundations that are not level.
*Single family homes in newer subdivisions that now have mold because the building was not protected during the framing/drywall process.
*Improperly installed or defective wood fascia board or wood trim that is now rotting.
*Improper exterior calking of exterior siding that leads to water leaks and or mold.
* Plumbing or electrical issues—that the homebuilder ignored.
The only catch is the home must be in a subdivision, or a multi-unit townhouse. The Washington Construction Defect Center’s free services are available to homeowners in newer subdivisions throughout Washington State including King, Pierce, Snohomish, Thurston, Skagit, Spokane, Clark, Kitsap, and Whatcom Counties built after 2018. http://Washington.ConstructionDefectCenter.Com
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