Construction Defect Center Urges Homeowners With Complaints About Expensive US Made Hardwood Flooring Or Engineered Hardwood Flooring To Contact Them

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The Construction Defect Center is increasingly hearing from homeowners, who purchased US made high end hardwood flooring, or engineered hardwood flooring products, that have 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 are urging homeowners, who purchased an expensive hardwood, or engineered wood flooring product for their home, that is now cracking, delaminating, warped, curling, or splintering to contact us. 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

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We are urging homeowners, who purchased an expensive hardwood, or engineered wood flooring product for their home, that is now cracking, delaminating, warped, curling, or splintering to contact us

The Construction Defect Center is concerned that problems associated with US made hardwood flooring products, or engineered hardwood flooring products might be much more widespread than even they thought. The group is now 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

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