Property owners who experienced problems, including premature cracking, with their GAF Timberline shingles may have legal recourse. A potential GAF class action lawsuit alleges that GAF shingles produced at an Alabama plant were failing prematurely due to cracking and seeks compensation on behalf of those who suffered damages as a result. Because the company uses a different process to manufacture the Timberline shingles at each site, and has several plants across the country, our attorneys would like to hear from other property owners to see if they have experienced similar GAF shingles problems.
If your property has experienced GAF shingles problems, such as cracking, you may be able to participate in a legal action to recover compensation.
A potential GAF shingles class action lawsuit filed in South Carolina makes a number of allegations regarding the quality and marketing of the GAF Timberline shingles. The GAF shingles suit claims that the shingles produced at the Mobile, Alabama plant have cracked at a higher rate than shingles produced at other plants. Allegedly, despite this knowledge of GAF shingles problems, the company continued to market, sell and distribute the shingles as long-term premium shingles through South Carolina. In addition, the potential GAF shingles class action claims that the company advertises their roofs as problem-free, with only a small chance of a defective roof, despite knowledge to the contrary.
GAF uses a different process to manufacture the Timberline shingles at each site. Because the GAF shingles lawsuit claims that the Timberline shingles produced at the Mobile, Alabama plant have cracked at higher rate than those produced at other locations, our class action attorneys would like to hear from other property owners to determine if GAF shingles problems have been experienced in other locations. If your property has shown signs of GAF shingles problems, such as premature cracking, you may be ablw to recover financial compensation through a GAF shingles class action lawsuit.
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