Building exterior components include roofs, siding, stucco, brick, stone, windows, doors and other fenestrations, housewraps, flashings, foundation walls, and exposed architectural elements. These components, once connected to each other and the building, comprise an integrated system designed to prevent outside moisture, such as rain and snow, from passing beyond the skin and entering and damaging building components like walls, floors, wall and floor cavities, interiors and interior finishes, and ceilings. Building exterior defects can result in multiple leaks at different locations, causing serious and continuing damage to a home or a condominium/townhome project’s common elements and units.
Damage due to building exterior defects is often hidden from view by the building exterior components themselves. Our firm works with homeowners and homeowner associations to intrusively investigate whether building exterior components are correctly installed and integrated with one another, and if not, the severity and extent of concealed damage as well as the anticipated nature and scope of repair. By doing so, fully informed analysis and decisions can be made about your potential building exterior defect claims.
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