ROOFING-RELATED CLASS ACTION LAW SUITS

ATLAS ROOFING CORPORATION

Chalet Shingles
  • Discontinued in mid-2010.
  • Blistering indicating a reduced life expectancy.
  • Cracking.
  • Excessive granule loss.
  • Roofing-system failing prematurely.
  • Even a single broken shingle may require homeowners to replace the roof in it’s entirety.

IF YOU HAVE ATLAS CHALET SHINGLES, CALL ASSURANCE RESIDENTIAL IMMEDIATELY!

Consumers have reported that the shingles crack and blister, even as early as one year after installation. Because we are Georgia’s Premier Roofer, let us help you file your claim. With our experience on your side, your chance of receiving an entirely new roof from your insurance company is greatly increased.

ROOF STORM DAMAGE

Generally, when the insurance representatives come out to inspect a storm damage claim, they are looking for evidence of hail and wind damage. They are usually willing to pay for the replacement of the broken shingles if they find that the damage was due to these factors. In most situations, they will have to see evidence of damage on all sides of a roof in order to warrant a full roof replacement. That’s not the case with the Atlas Chalet shingles, though.

DISCONTINUED AND DEFECTIVE SHINGLES

Within a year of their installation, the shingles were starting to blister badly. They would crack far before it’s acceptable for a shingle to crack and big pieces would completely dislodge from the rest of the shingles. It seems that part of the problem was cost-cutting during the overlay process, causing the shingles to not be able to effectively hold together in the elements. Atlas Chalet shingles are now a discontinued product. Call us today so we can assess your roof!

A WHOLE NEW ROOF COULD BE WARRANTED IF THEY FIND JUST ONE DAMAGED SHINGLE.

Because Chalet shingles aren’t available anymore, they can’t just get a replacement shingle of like kind and quality, so the whole roof has to be replaced in order for it to look consistent. Now, not all insurance agencies will do the right thing and do a full roof replacement, but the ones that will should be able to compensate you with a new roof using shingles which are actually the result of quality construction, rather than defective materials.

WHERE DO YOU GO FROM HERE?

Contact Assurance Residential, Inc immediately! We are Georgia’s Premier Roofer and have experience on our side.

Info@AssuranceResidential.com

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