Spray Foam Insulation Lawsuits Lawyer
Spray foam insulation is increasingly popular, however, it is not without its share of problems. Spray foam insulation can trap moisture. When insulation is brought into contact with wood paneling and framing, and moisture develops, wood begins to rot. What’s more is that spray foam insulation does not act as an insect repellent. Thus, wood- destroying insects such as termites and carpenter ants can invade foam insulation quickly and easily.
If you have moisture damage, wood rot or evidence of insect damage in your home, and you believe it is related to spray foam insulation, it is important to contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm for legal insight into your property damage claim and guidance for your next steps.
Spray Foam Insultion, Moisture Damage And Wood Rot Claims
Without question, low-lying coastal regions of South Carolina are particularly susceptible to moisture damage and wood rot. Thus, when spray foam insulation does not provide an adequate barrier and traps moisture against homes, homeowners are faced with considerable damage and hefty repair costs.
Whether spray foam insulation was poorly installed and contained spaces, chemicals were not mixed properly, or the foam wasn’t applied with the correct measure of thickness, the result is the same. When moisture results in wood rot, the structural integrity of a home is compromised and might be considered hazardous.
If there is evidence of moisture or wood rot in your home in Charleston, Mount Pleasant, James Island, Folly Beach, or anywhere in South Carolina or Georgia, and you suspect that it is due to spray foam insulation, you need an experienced construction defect lawyer. Taylor Anderson is well positioned to investigate the details of your claim and provide trusted legal advice.
For a free case review and evaluation, contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm today.