Every state has some similar, but frequently unique construction defect issues, so we want to attack the consumer aspect of the problem, and we want to do this with a state specific construction defect campaign designed with homeowner protection in mind
(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.
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