Defective Atlas Chalet Roofing Shingles Lawsuit
Seeger Weiss is investigating claims for a class action suit against Atlas Roofing Corporation for defective “Atlas Chalet” shingles.
Seeger Weiss is investigating claims for a class action suit against Atlas Roofing Corporation for defective “Atlas Chalet” shingles. The company advertises that “Chalet gives you peace of mind at an affordable price.” However, purchasers have complained about premature cracking and blistering, as they are left to front the bill for a new roof. As a result, owners of Atlas Chalet shingles have anything but peace of mind after their purchase.
The Atlas Chalet is now discontinued. Purchasers and homeowners attempt to contact the company, but customer service is allegedly insufficient (leaving little hope of remedy for the customer).
To advance our investigation, we would like anyone who has purchased Atlas Chalet shingles to contact us. All initial attorney consultations are free of charge.
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