Allura Cracked Fiber Siding Lawsuit Investigation
If your Allura siding quickly broke, you may be owed compensation
An Allura siding cracking lawsuit has been filed alleging that Allura fiber cement siding cracks within five years of installation. The lawsuit complaint says that the cracked siding allows water and moisture to penetrate the siding, causing thousands of dollars of water damage. Homeowners who had Allura siding installed that cracked, split, warped, or fell off may be eligible to participate in an Allura cracked siding class action lawsuit.
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Allura Siding Cracking Lawsuit: Allura not truly honoring 50-year warranty
According to sidingcost.org, the main selling point of Allura siding versus HardiePlank fiber siding is that Allura offers a supposed 50-year warranty, whereas HardiePlank offers only a 30-year warranty, which gives more credibility to Allura.
The Allura fiber siding lawsuit, however, says that Allura is not offering fair repair or replacement costs under the warranty. The lawsuit says that Allura made false statements in its marketing when it said:
Combining the appearance and workability of wood with the durability of specially formulated fiber cement, Allura Lap Siding not only looks great but lasts considerably longer than traditional exterior wall cladding or vinyl siding.
When it comes to the natural look you want with none of the hassles, Allura Fiber Cement products are all you need. Durable, engineered to endure harsh weather & high wind climates
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