Construction Defect Center Expands Its Initiative For All US Homeowners Whose Newer Home May Have Possibly Defective LP or ABT TrimBoard Window Trim Or Fascia Board

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The Construction Defect Center is saying, "We believe the defective Trimboard used on new homes, or condominium projects after 2005 is a huge national problem, and we are very focused on identifying homeowners, who have seen the wood trim board, or wood fascia board failures first hand." The group says, "We fear there could be literally tens of thousands of homes, that contain a potentially defective wood trim, or wood fascia building product called Louisiana Pacific, or ABT TrimBoard, ProTrim, or ChoiceTrim. Because the fixes are potentially in the thousands of dollars, per home, we need to get as many homeowners identified as possible, especially homes, in subdivisions, and or condominium projects, where these products were used on every home." The group says, "If a homeowner, or condominium owner, has noticed their window trim, fascia board, has failed, if it looks bloated, if it has turned dark, if it has delaminated, or failed in any other way, call us at 866-714-6466, and we will do everything possible to help homeowners identify the product type, and at the same time try to get them some meaningful help. No other group in the nation offers a service like this, the catch is the home, or home remodeling involving the wood trim boards, cannot be any older than 6 years." http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

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The LP, or APT Trimboard, ProTrim, or ChoiceTrim products may be susceptible to premature failure. Symptoms of this failure include, swelling, decaying, rotting, or delamination of these Trimboard type products

The Construction Defect Center is expanding its national initiative focused on identifying any US homeowner, who has a home built after 2005, that has defective wood trim boards, or fascia boards. The group is specifically looking for homeowners, whose home has a potentially defective building product called Louisiana Pacific's, or ABT Building Product's TrimBoard, ProTrim, or ChoiceTrim. These types of building products were frequently used in new home, subdivisions, or condominium projects, coast, to coast, as window trim, on soffits, as a homes fascia board, lattice, fencing, or on handrails. According to the Associated Press on February 09, 2010, "A judge has certified a class action accusing Louisiana-Pacific Corp. and ABT Building Products Corp. of making and marketing exterior trim for houses that rapidly deteriorates." The Construction Defect Center says, "The LP, or APT Trimboard, ProTrim, or ChoiceTrim products may be susceptible to premature failure. Symptoms of this failure include, swelling, decaying, rotting, or delamination of these Trimboard type products. The failure should be obvious to the homeowner, as it is easy to see, and tell the wood trim has failed. If a homeowner has a home built since 2005, and is now dealing with failed window trim, or fascia board, we want to hear from them, in order to help them discover if their window trim, or fascia board is from LP, or ABT." For more information please contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com
Specific Issues With Home Trim Boards, Or Fascia Boards The Construction Defect Center Wants To Hear About:

  • Wood trim board, that appears to be decayed, or has turned to a darker color
  • Wood trim board, that is spongy feeling, or easy to push your finger into
  • Wood trim board that has delaminated
  • Wood trim board that appears to be rotting

For more information homeowners can contact the Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

Louisiana-Pacific Corporation (“Louisiana-Pacific”) and ABT Building Products Corporation, a/k/a ABTCo (“ABT Building”) (collectively “Defendants”) in the United District Court for the District of South Carolina Charleston Division Case No. 2:07-3186-RMG

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