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

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The Group 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

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

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