If a homeowner in any US state has a Gerard Roofing Technologies Granite Ridge Roofing system and has had any issue related to alleged leaks, or other alleged issues they should contact the Construction Defect Center
(PRWEB) July 15, 2013
The Construction Defect Center is launching a national initiative focused on identifying homeowners, or homeowners associations in any US state that have the Gerard Roofing Technologies Granite Ridge Roofing System, and have issues such as possible leaks. In a Texas court filing it is alleged the Granite Ridge Roofing System leaked, and litigation has commenced over this issue. According to court documents Gerard Roofing Technologies Granite Ridge Roofing System has been sold in numerous states, and the Construction Defect Center wants to hear from any homeowner who has this specific roofing system, if they also have potential leaks, or other issues with this specific roofing product. For more information please contact the Construction Defect Center homeowners at 866-714-6466.
The Construction Defect Center says, "According to court documents the Granite Ridge Roofing system was sold with a limited warranty, that included warranting that each Gerard roofing panel is free from manufacturing defects, and materials, and weatherproof." Court documents also indicate Gerard Roofing Technologies Granite Ridge Roofing system is a type of metal roof, and may have been sold in Florida, California, Texas, Missouri, and numerous other states. If a homeowner in any US state has a Gerard Roofing Technologies Granite Ridge Roofing system and has had any issue related to alleged leaks, or other alleged issues they should contact the Construction Defect Center at 866-714-6466. http://ConstructionDefectCenter.Com
For more information about the lawsuit that has been filed a Texas District Court against Gerard Roofing Technologies, and their Granite Ridge Roofing System please visit the Southeast Texas Legal Journal, and an article that was written on April 1st 2013 entitled, "Homeowners association sues over $1 million Leaky Roof." http://setexasrecord.com/news/283519-homeowners-associations-sues-over-1-million
Texas District Court Case No. 199006212013