Consumers who purchased Shaw flooring have reported serious problems with the product, including cracking, curling, peeling, popping, moisture problems, chipping, blistering, bubbling, buckling and delamination. Shaw flooring had been advertised as “durable,” “strong,” “stable,” and “moisture resistant,” but consumer complaints imply otherwise.
Shaw reportedly sends representatives to affected properties but does not fix them satisfactorily.
In response to complaints of these considerable defects, Shaw reportedly sends representatives to affected properties but does not fix them satisfactorily. Shaw gives customers multiple reasons for the problems, and in some cases have given boxes of replacement flooring, but have not paid for in installation. Some Shaw flooring customers say that the manufacturer and installers blame elevated levels of humidity in the home, water on the floor, pets, and/or the use of certain cleaning solutions.
If you or someone you know has purchased Shaw flooring and is experiencing defects such as cracking, curling, peeling, popping, moisture problems, chipping, blistering, bubbling, buckling or delamination, you may be able to seek legal recourse. Customers with these Shaw flooring problems may be able to enter a class action lawsuit seeking compensation for repair and replacement costs, property damage and other losses. Contact a Shaw flooring attorney through the form on the right for a free consultation.