Wilmington Pella Architect and Designer Window Lawsuit Lawyers
Was Your Building Ruined By Pella Windows?
If your architect or builder used Pella Architect or Designer Series windows in your home or building construction, you may have a faulty product that results in leaks causing thousands of dollars in damage to your property.
Several lawsuits have demonstrated that Pella is liable for damages for making false claims regarding its Architect Series and Designer Series windows' durability against rain and moisture that often leads to mold and mildew problems.
What Is The Legal Claim For Damages?
Pella's marketing materials claim that the HurricaneShield® feature on its Architect Series and Designer Series windows provides "outstanding resistance" to wet weather and wind-blown debris. Independent tests and court evidence in lawsuits have demonstrated that their products do not meet the standards of their claims. Pella also claims that a special EnduraGuard® coating on the wood frames prevents water seepage leading to wood rot, mold and mildew. Again, the claims have not held up in court.
If you are a homeowner, developer or commercial property owner in North Carolina and already have a problem because of Pella windows, or are concerned about a possible future problem, you may have a claim for damages against the manufacturer, builder or architect. Call or send an email to Rhine Law Firm, P.C., in Wilmington.
Attorney Joel Rhine is an experienced trial lawyer with more than 27 years of successful experience representing clients in complex cases involving construction defects and liability issues related to manufacturer, architect, designer and builder negligence.
Free Case Evaluation
We have helped other property owners recover the money they are entitled to for damages related to Pella's false advertising. We are confident we can help you.
Call us toll free at (866) 772-9960 or locally at (910) 772-9960 or send an email requesting a free initial consultation. Office hours 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments also available. Attorneys' fees are typically added to the dollar settlement or jury verdict for the damages you are owed.
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