The term “construction defects” is a broad one that includes:
- Design defects
- Building material defects
- Poor workmanship
Poor workmanship is the most common cause, often due to insufficient training and oversight. Many builders are more concerned with finishing projects quickly and cheaply than producing quality work. Correcting an architect’s design flaw can be incredibly costly as well, especially because it is often structural, not cosmetic.
Whether the problem lies in the blueprint or the building process itself, due to the intricate nature of construction law, it’s important to have a Myrtle Beach construction attorney on your side. At David Taylor Law, we will hold the proper party accountable by filing a claim against the developer, architect or contractor.
Some defects are glaringly obvious, while others take longer to become evident. Some common construction defects that impact office parks, neighborhoods and multi-tenant developments include:
- Utility failures
- Sinkholes / street collapses
- Landscaping issues
- Sewage concerns / inadequate drainage
- Erosion problems
- Cracked foundations
- Improper installation of HVAC system, appliances, etc.
Interior issues may reflect poor workmanship as well, including:
- Doors or windows that don’t open / seal properly
- Peeling paint
- Crumbling grout
- Leaking roof
- Broken / improperly laid flooring
If you’re experiencing issues with your residential or commercial building, you may be eligible for damages to compensate for the cost of repairs. The Myrtle Beach construction attorneys at David Taylor Law are licensed in South Carolina to handle your case and to fight for the damages you’re entitled to.
Whether the construction defect requires a major repair or a simple fix, our team will hold the builder accountable. You deserve to have a safe structure providing the backdrop for a bright future – whether it’s a business to support your family or a home for them to enjoy.
We’re eager to learn more about your case and to get an attorney-client relationship formed. Start by completing our online form!