Andersen Windows Problems
Andersen Vinyl Clad Windows
Property owners who have experienced Andersen Windows problems with the company's 400 Series Tilt Wash vinyl clad windows may be entitled to compensation. It has been alleged that these windows are defective in that they allow water to invade the structure, resulting in mold growth, rotting and decay. In light of allegations that the company knowingly sold a defective product, consumers who experienced Andersen Windows problems with the 400 Series Tilt Wash vinyl clad windows may be able to seek compensation for repair and replacement costs, as well as property damage.
If you have experienced problems with these windows, find out if you make a claim for compensation. Fill out our free case review form today and your complaints will be evaluated, at no cost to you.
Andersen Windows Problems: Leaking, Rotting
An Andersen Windows class action lawsuit has been filed in Virginia by a man who owns a structure constructed with the 400 Series Tilt Wash vinyl clad windows. He alleges that the right side bottom window corner began to rot, and caused both the screws and the side that holds in the window in place to fall out or be pulled from the wood. Other problems alleged in the Andersen Windows lawsuit include:
- Elevated moisture content
- Mold growth
- Premature failure
- Accelerated rotting, decay, and deterioration
- Gapping between the vinyl clad
Another Anderson Windows lawsuit filed in Minnesota asserts noted similar problems, which first came to realization when the property owners noticed a mushroom bearing form of mold growth on the outer sill.
Andersen Windows problems? Fill out our free case evaluation form to find out if you are eligible for a potential Andersen Windows class action.
Andersen Windows Lawsuit
The Andersen Windows class action lawsuits make a number of allegations against the manufacturer/seller, including that these windows are defectively designed and/or manufactured. The suits claim that as a result of the defects, consumers will have to spend thousands of dollars in materials and labor costs to remove the windows, install new windows, replace damaged items (curtains, drapes, blinds, etc), and repair property damage caused by the windows and from replacing and repairing trim, siding, studs and walls. Furthermore, according to an Andersen Windows lawsuit, had consumers known about the defects, they would not have bought the windows, would have had the chance to negotiate a lower buying price for their property, or could have bargained to have the windows replaced before buying their property.
If you have experienced Andersen Windows problems with the company's 400 Series Tilt Wash vinyl clad windows, including leaking, you may be able to seek compensation for these and other damages. To learn more about your eligibility for an Andersen Windows class action, fill out our no cost case evaluation form today.