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Arizona Construction Defect Center Now Launches A New Initiative to Assist Homeowners in a New Subdivision Anywhere in Arizona To Try to Force Their Builder to Fix Punch List Repair Items  

If an owner of a new home in Arizona is having difficulty getting their home builder to repair simple items that should have been covered by home's one-year warranty please call us at 866-714-6466”
— Arizona Construction Defect Center

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, September 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Arizona says, “We have been assisting homeowners for over a decade with construction defect issues and one of the most common problems we see with single family home subdivisions in Arizona is neighbors rarely talk to each other or even know each other’s name. Based on our experience, if a homeowner in a newer subdivision or townhouse development is experiencing an issue like roof leaks or leaking windows, other homeowners in the same subdivision are probably experiencing similar problems. Other issues could involve rotting or moldy fascia board or trim board around the home’s exterior, improper exterior calking, or serious concrete slab cracks as we would like to discuss anytime at 866-714-6466." http://Arizona.ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

If an owner of a new home or townhouse in Arizona is having difficulty getting their home builder to repair simple items that should have been covered by home's one-year warranty, or if the homeowner has identified more serious problems they are urged to contact the Arizona Construction Defect Center anytime at 866-714-6466. http://Arizona.ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

   

The Arizona Construction Defect Center Would Like to Hear from Homeowners in New Subdivisions or Townhouses If They Have the Following Types of Problems:

* Water leaks because of improperly installed or defective siding.
* Improperly installed windows that create water leaks.
* Exterior doors that were improperly installed that lead to water leaks.
* Air conditioning equipment issues
* Defective roofs that were improperly flashed or installed and or that have defective roofing material.
* Defective wood flooring
* Severe foundation cracks or foundations that are not level.
* Single family homes in newer subdivisions that now have mold because the building was not protected during the framing/drywall process.
* Improperly installed or defective wood fascia board or wood trim.
* Improper exterior calking of exterior siding that leads to water leaks and mold.
 

 

In Arizona, the statute of limitations for construction defects is six years from the issuance of the certificate of occupancy. The Arizona Construction Defect Center is urging Arizona homeowners in single family home subdivisions/townhouses not older than six years to call them anytime at 866-714-6466 if they have construction defect issues that the home builder failed to fix, or now refuses to fix. Frequently, home builders offer a one-year warranty and then refuse to repair obvious construction defects after the homeowner has been in the home for more than twelve months.

The group’s free services are available to homeowners in newer single-family home subdivisions or townhouse communities throughout Arizona in communities such as Phoenix, Tucson, Scottsdale, Mesa, Chandler, Glendale, Gilbert, Prescott, or Yuma. http://Arizona.ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

The Arizona Construction Defect Center will select one of Arizona’s leading construction defect law firms to evaluate serious homeowner construction defect complaints. The lawyers may need to do inspections to determine the seriousness of a construction defect or defects. The service is free to homeowners provided their home is in a newer single-family home subdivision or townhouse project in Arizona. http://Arizona.ConstructionDefectCenter.Com

 

 

Thomas Martin
Arizona Construction Defect Center
800-714-0303
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