Parker, CO asked in Construction Law for Colorado

Q: Can we sue a builder for not repairing siding that was not installed right if so what kind of lawyer do I need to get

We had a home built and finished in July of 2019 and when we moved in we talked to the builder a bout this and they sent a rep from the siding company and they said it needed to be replaced due to not being installed the right way. Well the builder keeps sending people out to look at it but nothing gets done and they just keep blowing us off and the guy from the siding company was fired a few weeks after he was at our home Unknown why. We have been told that the nail gun was not set and the nails are sticking out and the builder has done nothing and they change people so much and can not get it fixed so we want to talk to Lawyers about our options.

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Donald C Eby
Donald C Eby
  • Colorado Springs, CO
  • Licensed in Colorado

A: If your builder is failing to perform the warranty work then you will need to bring a lawsuit to protect your investment. This will be a construction defect type of suit. I recommend contacting an attorney familiar with suing builders under the Construction Defect Act as it is a somewhat specialized area of law.

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