Audet & Partners, LLP has filed a class action lawsuit against the manufacturer of WindsorONE and WindsorONE+ trim products (“Trim Board”). The Trim Board lawsuit has been brought on behalf of purchasers who relied on manufacturer representations that Trim Board was “defect free” and more durable than other competing products. You may click here to view a copy of the Windsor Trim Board class action Complaint.
In the Windsor Trim Board class action, purchasers have alleged that, contrary to the manufacturer’s representations, Trim Board is subject to premature rot and decay, often resulting in significant property damage to property owners of homes, commercial buildings, and other structures across the United States.
The premature rotting and deterioration of Trim Board flies directly in the face of manufacturer representations and advertising of the Trim Board product including the following:
• Trim Board materials “can provide you with the durability and long term performance you require in a finger joint trim board – free of defects and the potential callbacks they can cause”;
• Consumers should “[t]hink of WindsorONE end and edge glued boards as turbo wood”;
• Trim Board’s “joints are stronger than the wood itself, and waterproof.”
If you are a direct purchaser of Windsor’s Trim Board and have experienced problems associated with premature rotting, you are urged to contact a WindsorONE Trim Board attorney at Audet & Partners, LLP for a free, confidential case evaluation. You can contact us by completing and submitting the inquiry form on the right side of this page, or by giving us a call at (800) 965-1461.