Attorneys Working with ClassAction.org Want to Hear from Consumers Experiencing Problems with Pella Windows
The attorneys working with ClassAction.org are now reviewing claims on behalf of property owners who experienced problems with their Pella windows, such as wood rot, mold growth or other water damage.
According to these lawsuits, Pella knew its Architect and Designer Series windows were prone to moisture retention, yet failed to issue a recall on the windows or warn customers about the problem. Water can allegedly collect behind the aluminum cladding surrounding these windows, which can lead to wood rot, mold growth, leaks and premature failure of the windows.
While Pella offers a warranty for its windows, property owners allege that water damage problems typically became noticeable years after the windows were installed and their warranties had expired. Some plaintiffs allege that even if their warranties had not expired by the time they noticed rotting or mold growth, Pella refused to replace their windows. According to the lawsuits, Pella would blame the window problems on high levels of moisture in customers’ properties; however, many of the plaintiffs claim to have had tests performed to determine moisture levels in their homes, but these tests revealed normal levels of moisture in the air.
Many property owners have taken their complaints online at ConsumerAffairs.com, where nearly 100 customers have given the company a one-star rating. While some of the property owners said that they were able to get their replacement windows for half-price, others allege they had to pay nearly $10,000 to replace all of the affected windows on their properties.
Those who have taken legal action against Pella are seeking compensation for the cost of replacing the allegedly defective windows, as well as inspections for all property owners who had the Architect or Designer Series windows installed.
If your property was damaged by leaks, wood rot or mold growth after having Pella windows installed, you may be able to seek compensation for your damages. If you have questions about your legal rights or would like to learn more about these lawsuits, visit http://www.classaction.org/pella-windows today and fill out our free case review form.
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