Trim board products have failed prematurely Were PrimeTrim products manufactured by Georgia-Pacific installed in your home? Did your home’s PrimeTrim trim board fail to live up to your expectations? Parker Waichman LLP is investigating reports that Georgia-Pacific’s PrimeTrim trim board products have failed prematurely, causing the trim board to deteriorate, rot, swell, buckle, split, delaminate, and absorb water. These alleged PrimeTrim problems could eventually lead to water, structural, and interior and exterior property damage.PrimeTrim trim board class action lawsuits have already been filed by some homeowners over these defects. If you believe your home was damaged by faulty Georgia-Pacific PrimeTrim trim board, the construction defect lawyers at Parker Waichman LLP may be able to help you recover your losses. You may be eligible to join a Georgia-Pacific PrimeTrim trim board class action lawsuit. For a free case evaluation, please contact us today or call us at 1-800-YOURLAWYER (1-800-968-7529).
Alleged Georgia-Pacific PrimeTrim trim board Defects
Georgia-Pacific PrimeTrim trim board is used as fascia, soffit, corner board, window trim, door trim and general exterior use on homes, apartments, condominiums, buildings, and other structures. In its materials, Georgia-Pacific marketed, advertised and warranted that “PrimeTrim may be installed wherever non-structural wood trim can be used” and that “PrimeTrim has none of the normal defects found in lumber, such as knots, splits, checks and wane.” Among other things, Georgia-Pacific ‘s marketing for the trim board claimed “PrimeTrim [is] more durable than traditional lumber” and has “more than fifteen years with a track record of proven performance.” Georgia-Pacific also promised that PrimeTrim looks great for years without frequent repainting, helping homeowners save money on maintenance,” and was “Engineered to withstand sun, rain, snow and time.”
Recently, however, homeowners have alleged that PrimeTrim is not living up to the hype. They claim that PrimeTrim trim board is inherently defective, and when it is exposed to water, the trim board:
These PrimeTrim defects can cause damage to both the trim board itself and any material to which it is attached. According to PrimeTrim lawsuits, the trim board is not more durable than traditional lumber, does not look great for years without frequent repainting or caulking, and does not withstand the sun, rain, snow or time.
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If your home was fitted with Georgia-Pacific PrimeTrim trim board, and you have experienced deterioration, rotting, swelling, buckling, splitting, delamination, or water absorption; or your home has sustained damage due to these types of problems associated with PrimeTrim, we urge you to contact Parker Waichman LLP today. To discuss your potential PrimeTrim class action lawsuit with one of our lawyers, please fill out our online form, or call 1-800-YOURLAWYER (1-800-968-7529) today.