Seeger Weiss Investigates Defective Windows Sold by MI Windows and Doors, Inc.
Seeger Weiss is investigating claims that MI Windows and Doors, Inc. sold defective windows to builders and consumers.
Seeger Weiss is investigating claims that MI Windows and Doors, Inc. sold defective windows to builders and consumers. “MIWD” sells thousands of windows nationwide, marketing and advertising that its windows are free from defects in materials and workmanship. Furthermore, MIWD maintains in an express warranty that it will fully remedy defects. Yet, the company fails to honor its promises, and many consumers are forced to pay for the repair and replacement of the faulty windows.
At the time of sale, MIWD’s windows contain a defect that results in loss of seal at the bead along the lower portion of the glass. As a result of the deteriorating seal, excessive moisture produces dangerous mold in and around the structure of the windows. Moreover, the defective windows allow moisture to seep into consumers’ homes, which destroys property and renders the windows useless thereafter. When consumers petitioned MIWD to remedy the problem, the company failed to honor its promises, as specified in the express warranty.
Seeger Weiss is a leader in class action consumer lawsuits. With experienced attorneys and locations throughout the United States, our firm provides world-class service to our clients. We treat each case with careful attention to ensure that consumers get the justice they deserve. If you or someone you know has purchased windows from MIWD and has been a victim of the company’s brazen conduct, please feel free to contact us. All initial attorney consultations are free of charge. Seeger Weiss LLP has office locations in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and California.
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