Shamrock Limerick Lawsuit: Faulty Shingles May Lead to Roof Leaks, Mold Growth

October 15, 2014

Important Information

Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are no longer reviewing claims for this case. The information here is for reference only. A list of open investigations can be viewed here.

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects
Property owners who have experienced problems with roofing shingles manufactured by Shamrock Building Materials, Inc.
What Problems Are Being Reported?
Shamrock's Limerick 30 asphalt shingles can allegedly crack and/or fail to seal properly, which can lead to roof leaks, water damage and mold growth.
Has a Class Action Been Filed?
Not yet. In 2012, a construction company named Arrowhead Forest Products, LLC sued Shamrock alleging that its Limerick 30 roofing shingles can crack, leak or otherwise fail shortly after installation. This lawsuit only sought compensation for business lost by Arrowhead, as well as damage to the owner's property, which was installed with the allegedly defective shingles. It did not seek compensation for property owners who have the shingles on their properties.
How Can We Start a Class Action?
Tell us about the problems you've experienced with these shingles using the form on the right hand side of this page. While a lawsuit hasn't been filed yet, attorneys believe that property owners may be able to file a class action and need to hear from individuals who have Shamrock shingles on their properties to move forward.