Lawyer Handling Wood Rot And Construction Defect Cases On Kiawah Island And Seabrook
As a world-class beach destination with many attractions and beautiful villas, Kiawah Island remains a refuge for many seeking a simple, quiet lifestyle. Even so, homes on the island are at risk for moisture damage and wood rot, as are many areas along South Carolina’s coast. Therefore, it’s easy to understand the frustration of homeowners when they discover damage from wood rot in their Kiawah Island home, especially if previous homeowners failed to reveal these problems prior to the sale of the home.
Wood rot can be related to negligent flashing and waterproofing, improper stucco system, negligent window installation, defective windows, or other construction defects. Taylor has experience with all these types of construction defects and the associated insurance coverage issues.
As an undisclosed wood rot lawsuit lawyer serving Kiawah and Seabrook Islands, as well as other low-lying coastal properties, Taylor Anderson realizes that the heavy financial costs placed on unsuspecting homeowners from decayed wood can be overwhelming. Furthermore, when wood rot is severe, the home’s frame and supporting structures are at risk for breakdown and might be considered a hazard for families.
If you have recently purchased a home in Kiawah Island or the Seabrook Island area, and previous owners failed to reveal issues of wood rot, do not assume responsibility for the heavy costs of repairs to your home. Call the Taylor Anderson Law Firm in Charleston for a free evaluation of your claim.
Legal Help For Undisclosed Wood Rot And Construction Defects
When homeowners purchase a home, they do so on the basis of good faith, assuming that any and all defects or conditions have been communicated to them from previous owners or inspectors. Thus, when evidence of wood rot appears shortly after the purchase of a home, homeowners become discouraged, and rightfully so. In many cases, by the time most homeowners notice the presence of rotting wood, the damage is severe enough to warrant heavy repair costs.
If your home on Kiawah Island or Seabrook Island has been damaged by wood rot, negligent flashing and waterproofing, improper stucco system, negligent window installation, defective windows, or other construction defects, call the Taylor Anderson Law Firm.