Your Home May be Rotting Away!
Christopher Ligori & Associates represents homeowners and business owners in matters related to defective stucco installation.
Most Florida homes are covered in stucco, which is a layer of cement designed to seal your home from moisture. But when stucco is applied too quickly, it can lead to cracking, which can then allow water in.
During the housing construction boom of the early 2000s and again in the housing rebound, stucco was quickly and improperly installed. As a result, homes have been damaged and often, you may not even be aware of it.
Extensive interior damage caused by defective stucco:
- rotted wood framing
- water soaked insulation
- toxic mold growth
How do I know if my stucco is defective?
- cracked or bumpy stucco
- stucco is falling off or pulling away from structure
- the damage is not always obvious – the only way to determine if you have damage is to have it inspected by an experienced professional engineer.
Our firm knows the best engineers and general contractors in the industry. These experts are most qualified to identify defective stucco and fix the problem.
Don’t wait until the stucco starts to crack and fall off your building. There are STRICT TIME LIMITS you must abide by when bringing forth your claim.
For over 17 years, our attorneys have helped property owners recover repair funds for cracked and damaged buildings. Contact Christopher Ligori & Associates for a free consultation to find out if you can force the builder to pay for your stucco repairs.