A Video Explaining how Water Intrusion can be a Construction Defect

Published October 5, 2020 28 Views

Rumble What is Needed to Prove Construction Defects and Water Intrusion

Structures, whether residential or commercial, are expected to be watertight. The only water that should enter a structure is that which serves domestic water needs for baths, sinks, toilets, washing machines, dishwashers, and other water-using appliances.

Damages from water intrusion can range from a simple cosmetic fix¾repainting of walls or ceiling to total destruction of a structure. The types of damage from water intrusion that could result in a construction defect suit include:

stained walls, ceilings, or floors;
destroyed wall coverings;
destroyed floor coverings;
warped walls;
warped wood floors;
cracking, settling, or weakness in foundations;
settling of portions of the structure;
cracking of concrete flat work (slabs, sidewalks, etc.);
wet or dry rot of wood members;
mold infestation;
sick building syndrome;
bodily injury or illness to the occupants of a structure; or
destruction of contents or equipment in a structure.

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