Whether you are building a home or remodeling one, the entire process can be a long and complex. In some cases, this could require several workers, such as contractors and subcontractors, and various types of materials. For some construction projects, specific materials are required. If a builder fails to provide this material, this could greatly reduce the value of the home. Moreover, if the material used is defective, this could result in a serious construction dispute.
What are common types of construction defects? Defects often resulting in construction litigation include mold, water issues, electrical system problems, landscaping and soil issues, faulty drainage on the property, cracks in the foundation, floor, wall and roof, dry rot, structural failure and heating and electrical problems.