|By EmailWire NewsWire||
|January 11, 2012 03:00 AM EST||
BP manufactured and marketed organic roofing shingles, including Eclipse, ProStandard and Rampart Organic shingles, which were represented as being durable and long-lasting and were offered alongside warranties of up to 35 years. However, it has been alleged that the roofing shingles contain a design defect which results in BP organic shingle failure, occurring well before the warranty period expires. According to allegations, the following are among the problems which can lead to BP organic shingles failure: blistering; curling; adhesive failure; cracking; moisture invasion; granulation loss; and deterioration.
It has been alleged that the company knew or should have known that this product could cause BP organic shingle failure and neglected to properly design, formulate and test the roofing shingles before selling to them to the public. In light of these allegations, Class Action.org would like to hear from anyone who experienced BP organic shingle failure or other problems with the product, as they may have legal recourse. Potentially, these individuals may be able to participate in a BP shingle class action to seek compensation for repair and replacement costs, among other losses. To learn more about allegations of BP organic shingles failure and your eligibility for legal recourse, visit Class Action.org today.
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