Roofing Company May Be Liable for Defective Roof
Facts: A few months after an association completed a roofing project, a member wrote a letter to the association board stating that she had a water moisture problem inside her second-story bedroom window as a result of the new tile roof. She also reported several broken roof tiles. Six years later, the buildings in the association suffered numerous roof leaks. And the following spring, the association hired a roofing consultant who found multiple causes for the leaks and multiple types of roof defects.
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