Midland Property Damage Attorney
Seeking Resolution to Construction Defect Cases
Building a dream home from the ground up is a life goal for many people.
While many builders are highly reputable and perform construction work
to the highest standards of quality with top-grade materials, there are
those who are less trustworthy and simply look to get jobs done quickly
and shave off expenses to maximize profit. This can often lead to numerous
problems at your expense when construction defects begin to emerge in
your home, resulting in everything from cosmetic issues to functionality
problems, or even major structural damage.
It can be extremely disappointing to have to deal with these issues, especially
when you were so thrilled to finally have your brand new home, and you
likely are not sure where to turn to get these issues resolved. At Dean
Law Firm, our Midland
property damage lawyer has extensive experience helping clients come to a swift and satisfactory
resolution to construction defect cases. As a homeowner, you have rights
that are guaranteed under Texas law, but justice is something you may
have to fight for, and that’s where we come in. Attorney Dean and
his skilled team know the importance of protecting your best interests,
and are dedicated to helping you get your dream home fixed and functioning properly.
Learn more about construction defect cases by requesting a
free consultation! Call Dean Law Firm today at 432.214.8125.
Common Construction Defects
In some cases, a construction defect may not be easily detectable by a
non-expert, which means that when your home is completed you should always
make sure you have it inspected thoroughly to ensure that no potentially
major issues were missed. Some issues, though they may seem small, now,
can become massive if left unrepaired or if sever weather hits.
Some common construction defects can include:
- Unsealed windows
- Roof leaks
- Stained or cracked drywall
- Warped walls
- Cracked foundations
- Standing water in basements or crawl spaces
- Soil heave or settlement
- Electrical problems
- Inoperable doors or windows
- Uneven flooring
If you discover a defect in your home, you should not hesitate to have
it inspected by a professional as soon as possible. Texas law provides
for a two-year “statute of limitations,” meaning that you
may only file for a construction defect suit within two years of the project’s
completion. It also helps to be sure you know if your builder included
any warranties in their contract, which entitle you to have them repair
the issue quickly. Read your contract thoroughly before signing it so
you can hold your builder accountable for any serious mistakes.
Get help fixing your home from an experienced legal team;
contact Dean Law Firm online now!