Holding Construction Companies Accountable for Home Defects
Sacramento Civil Litigation Attorney
Everything important to you is in your home: Your family, your valued possessions, your memories. That’s why you expect it to be safe, strong and secure. When a construction defect affects your ability to feel safe in your home, or causes you to move out entirely, you need to make sure that the builder responsible is held accountable – not only for financial damages, but for all of your out-of-pocket expenses.
At Colderbank Law, we help homeowners in the Sacramento area, including the Stonebriar and Serrano communities and throughout Northern California, get their due compensation from construction companies for a wide range of building defects. If there is a defect in the construction of your single-family home, town home, or condominium, we can help.
A Thorough Investigation of all Types of Housing Defects
After you contact us, we will conduct a thorough investigation of your home and the defects in its construction. Common defects we see include, but are not limited to:
- Excessive cracking in stucco, drywall, floors coverings (tile, hardwood floors), and foundations
- Leaks, including leaking windows, wet drywall, and leaks around shower pans and bathtubs
- Inadequate drainage, including water pooling, water ponding, and faulty French drains
- Plumbing defects
- Ground movement or sinking (subsidence) and other soil issues
- Water intrusion resulting from poor workmanship inside the wall cavity
- Toxic black mold and all other mold varieties, including stachybotrys, aspergillis, penicillium, and chaetonium (see our Toxic Torts page)
- Improperly installed roofs
- Truss deflection and other structural issues
- Product failures
- Slab movement and un-level floors
- Heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) defects
- Lath and plaster defects
If you have seen any of these defects in your home, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible after you have given the builder a reasonable amount of time to correct the mistakes. State statutes allow only a limited amount of time to file a claim after a construction defect is discovered.
To learn more about construction defects, please visit our Construction Defect FAQs page.
Contact Us Today
We offer an initial consultation to answer your questions about construction defects and your rights under California law. Call 916-930-6144, toll free at 888-426-9431, or contact us online to speak with our experienced lawyer. We serve clients throughout Sacramento County, El Dorado County and the throughout Northern California.