Category: Property Damage


How to Hire the Right Contractor

Contractor Accidents Attorney Charleston SC

Perhaps you are ready to build on a new deck or remodel your kitchen. You could even be ready to build a new home. You know what you want the finished product to look like, but how can you be confident in your choice of contractors? Here are some tips to help you hire the right team for the job. Continue reading.

Detecting the Signs of Termite Damage in Georgia

Termite Damage

Do you suspect that structures in your home have suffered termite damage? You may think you are being paranoid because your home is protected by a termite contract with a pest control company. In this kind of situation, your imagination running away with you would be the ideal explanation. However, sometimes a company that is contractually obligated to control termites on your property may fail to meet those obligations. Continue reading.

Construction Defects

Construction Defects Charleston SC

A home is a long term and costly investment. With all the parties involved, building and remodeling a home can be overwhelming. Faulty design, defective materials, and faulty work can all lead to construction defects. Determining the nature of the defect and its location are both critical in determining the responsible party. Construction defects can be complex, but a construction defect lawyer can help to resolve the issue and protect your rights. Continue reading.

Wood Rot Claims

Charleston SC Wood Rot on Home Lawsuits

While the coastal region of the Palmetto state is filled with ideal locations to visit and perhaps live, the low-lying areas make mold and wood rot a growing concern. Unfortunately, mold and wood rot thrive in dark places containing unseasoned lumbar and a high level of moisture. Continue reading.

Spray Foam Insulation: Dangers To Your Health And Home

Front of House Under Construction Charleston, SC

For residential homes and buildings, spray foam is a type of insulation that is considered toxic, particularly when it contains polyurethane. What’s more, if individuals are exposed to these materials before they are dry, the health risks are even greater. The following effects have been reported: Continue reading.