Sign up for our free newsletter. Open Settlements We purchased this deck and replaced it with cedar two years ago because it was so badly warped and bubbled but do not have receipts from purchase that far back. Please note: Top Class Actions is not a settlement According to the lawsuit, the deckingâs protective coating deteriorates prematurely, causing the decking to show obvious discoloration, which has been described by property owners as âmilky white,â âchalky,â âlike diluted milkâ and âdark brown.â Consumers who bought or own the XLM decking line on their properties may be able to take part in this lawsuit to seek compensation for repair and replacement costs, among other damages. Only scorching, fading and blistering defects are covered by the TimberTech class action settlement. Class Members may also be eligible for labor reimbursement at the rate of $4.50 per square foot for their existing TimberTech deck. expected to be mailed out. The company appears to settle at least one nationwide class-action lawsuit every four to six years. '> We work closely with class action and mass tort attorneys across the country and help with investigations into corporate wrongdoing. I purchased the Twin Finish in grey, but some of the boards after taking off the shrink wrap were stained with some kind of brown material. Box 59479 However, this can result in some functions no longer being available. Any compensation claims for the ever grain product line, hence Ever stating “It will never fade , guess what it fades horribly. NOTE: The settlement only covers scorching, fading and blistering. I have a large wrap around front porch that has both frost and extensive (80%) blackening in some areas. Boy I'm a sucker. settlement administrator or your attorney for any updates regarding
On one site in particular a TimberTech deck was claimed to have âcupped, split, pulled away from itself and it is moldy, messy looking and has been treated, cleaned and taken care of.â Per this poster who was representing one her design clients & loves a âgood fight,â she called the company repâ¦ Class Members of the TimberTech XLM decking settlement include anyone in the United States who owns XLM Mountain Cedar purchased on or before Aug. 31, 2010, or who owns XLM Desert Bronze purchased on or before Nov. 1, 2011, or who received a permitted assignment. If they feel you qualify, they will contact you directly.
Some class-action lawsuits against Azek Building Products argue that the product has design and manufacturing defects, causing cracking, discoloring, fading, chalking and degrading after installation. Philadelphia, PA 19102-9479 The TimberTech class action lawsuit states that the XLM decking fails in its intended purpose, and that TimberTech has failed to implement changes to their decking or warranty procedures to repair the defects, even though they received numerous customer complaints.