Melted Siding and Other Damage Caused by Jeld-Wen Low E Windows
Seeger Weiss has initiated a lawsuit against Jeld-Wen, and we would like to speak with all builders and homeowners who have experienced defective Jeld-Wen windows.
Numerous builders and homeowners have come forward and voiced their frustration regarding certain qualities of and damage caused by Jeld-Wen, Inc.’s (“Jeld-Wen”) “Low E” windows. Seeger Weiss has initiated a lawsuit against Jeld-Wen, and we would like to speak with all builders and homeowners who have experienced defective Jeld-Wen windows.
Concerns are not limited to the name “Jeld-Wen” but also Caradco, who was bought out by Jeld-Wen in 1997. Not only do these windows produce reflective distortion, which is outside looking in distortion and indoor illumination, which is mirror-like reflection when inside looking out, but these windows amplify and focus sunlight with enough intensity to melt the siding of neighboring structures along with other damage to neighboring structures and plants.
Builders and consumers are forced to pay out-of-pocket to replace these windows and replace the siding and other structures damaged by the reflected sunlight. While Jeld-Wen promises “Reliability for life,” the experience of many homeowners and builders stands in stark contrast.
We are actively pursuing litigation against Jeld-Wen. We are a leader in consumer class action lawsuits with experienced attorneys and locations throughout the United States. We treat each case with careful attention to ensure that consumers get the justice they deserve. Seeger Weiss, LLP has office locations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and California.
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