Builders often will tell homeowners that what the owner think is a problem is not a problem. Builders like to tell homeowners that a condition “meets the building code” or “meets industry standards” or that the home’s construction is “adequate.” It is important for homeowners to remember that the builder is always looking out for the builder’s own interests and has reasons (money) for downplaying or ignoring a real problem. Homeowners should have someone who does not work for the builder and who is looking out for the homeowner’s interests take a look at the issue and determine whether if it is a problem or not.
This is where having good legal representation is crucial. We have relationships with top quality architects, engineers, contractors, and other experts who specialize in evaluating building problems.