Tamko Roofing Shingles Warranty Claims
Audet and Partners, LLP is investigating potential legal claims on behalf of consumers who purchased various types of roof shingles manufactured by TAMKO Building Products, Inc. The company, based in Joplin, Missouri, backs most shingles that it manufactures with limited warranties ranging from 30 to 50 years (see accompanying chart).
Complaints, however, have come to our attention from homeowners alleging roofing failures within ten years from the date of installation. Several consumers have alleged that upon presenting warranty claims to TAMKO, their claims were summarily denied, and consumers have been left having to bear the cost of replacement shingles, as well as expensive labor costs for installation.
Audet and Partners, LLP has handled several lawsuits involving breach of warranty claims for building and construction materials. In many cases, the material manufacturer will go to significant lengths to hold a third-party contractor, builder, or installer responsible for for problems experienced by a residential or commercial building owner.
If you have experienced this tactic by TAMKO or another manufacturer of building materials, please contact Audet and Partners, LLP for a free evaluation. In many instances we can locate express language within your warranty that will serve to hold a material manufacturer such as TAMKO financially responsible for damages and losses you may have suffered.
In light of these, and similar, complaints, a lawsuit was recently filed by consumers who purchased TAMKO shingles and have been denied warranty claims. Audet & Partners, LLP is investigating the matter, and would like to speak to consumers who have experienced similar issues with TAMKO materials. If you purchased TAMKO shingles for your home, and experienced premature failure, please call us toll-free at (800) 965-1461 or complete and submit the confidential inquiry form on the right side of this page. We are investigating the matter at this point, and would like to hear your experiences with this allegedly defective consumer product.