Lawyer Handling Savannah Wood Rot And Construction Defect Cases
Have you uncovered evidence of wood rot in your home in Savannah? While sometimes mistaken for termite damage or another infestation, dry or brown wood rot might appear as brick red dust or small chunks of crumbled wood pieces. Surprising to some, while wood requires moisture to decay, it only needs a small percentage—30%. Given the conditions of low-lying coastal cities like Savannah and Brunswick, the excess humidity and warm breezes keep wood-rotting fungi alive.
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.
Whether previous owners have intentionally concealed information about the condition of their home or if inspections were performed inadequately, the result is the same. New homeowners face the heavy costs of repairs, and perhaps framing or structural damage and hazardous conditions.
Having served the lowcountry of South Carolina and coastal areas of Georgia, the Taylor Anderson Law Firm has considerable experience in undisclosed wood rot lawsuits and claims. Taylor Anderson works tirelessly on behalf of unsuspecting homeowners facing the burden of wood rot damages, seeking recourse against all negligent parties.
Interested in a free review of your wood rot claim in Savannah or Brunswick? Not sure if your situation applies? Contact the Taylor Anderson Law Firm today.
Legal Help For Undisclosed Wood Rot And Construction Defects
Historic Savannah offers an excellent opportunity for coastal living in Georgia. Without question, when families purchase a home in these quaint communities, they do so with great excitement and the promise of new memories. On the real estate side, homebuyers assume that previous owners or inspectors have communicated conditions of the home to them. Thus, when families discover evidence of wood rot and other damages shortly after the purchase of their home, they may wonder if previous homeowners were dishonest with them prior to their purchase.
If your home in Savannah or Brunswick 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.