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Top 5 Common Claims for Faulty Construction in Residential Properties



Faulty construction of residential property can lead to a variety of problems for homeowners. Some common claims associated with faulty construction include:

  1. Structural issues: These can include problems with the foundation, framing, or roof of a home. Structural issues can lead to significant damage and can be costly to repair.

  2. Water damage: This can be caused by a variety of factors, such as leaks in the roof, plumbing problems, or improper grading around the foundation. Water damage can lead to mold and other health hazards, as well as structural damage.

  3. Electrical problems: These can include faulty wiring, inadequate outlets, or outdated electrical systems. Electrical problems can be dangerous and should be addressed as soon as possible.

  4. Insulation issues: Poor insulation can lead to uncomfortable living conditions and higher energy bills. It can also contribute to mold growth and other problems.

  5. Plumbing problems: These can include faulty pipes, inadequate water pressure, or poorly installed fixtures. Plumbing problems can cause water damage and can be costly to repair.

If you suspect that your home has been poorly constructed, it is important to address the issue as soon as possible. A qualified home inspector can assess the condition of your home and identify any problems. If you discover that your home has been poorly constructed, you may be able to file a claim with the builder or contractor to seek compensation for the necessary repairs. Some common legal claims associated with faulty construction issues include breach of contract, negligence, warranty claims, and fraud. It is also a good idea to consult with a lawyer who specialized in construction defects to understand your options and rights.


This is not legal advice, if believe that you have a faulty construction related claim, please schedule a consultation with our office by calling (202) 499-2403 or 1(833) CALLJKW (225-5559).

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