Owens Corning “Supreme®” Roofing Shingles Defect – Class Action Investigation

Owens Corning “Supreme®” Roofing Shingles Defect – Class Action Investigation

C&T is investigating a potential class action lawsuit relating to a reported defect in Owens Corning “Supreme®” brand roofing shingles. Specifically, consumer complaints and other reports allege that the “Supreme®” line of Owens Corning roofing shingles are prone to blistering, granule loss, moisture absorption, rapid deterioration, and other defects, causing the shingles to fail and damage to other property.

Reports also indicate that the defect is so severe that consumers are forced to replace their roofs much sooner than is represented by Owens Corning and reasonably expected by purchasers of the product. Furthermore, it is alleged that Owens Corning does not stand behind its warranties, routinely denying warranty claims and forcing consumers to pay out of pocket – in some cases thousands of dollars – to replace their shingles.

If you have purchased Owens Corning’s “Supreme®” brand of roofing shingles and have experienced any of the above defects or other similar issues, please contact us below, as you may be entitled to compensation.

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Attorneys for this case:

Benjamin F. Johns
Andrew W. Ferich