Rhino Deck Composite Decking Defect – Class Action Investigation

Rhino Deck Composite Decking Defect – Class Action Investigation

Chimicles & Tikellis LLP (“C&T”) is investigating a potential class action against Rhino Deck relating to its composite decking products. C&T is investigating reports that Rhino Deck composite decking (manufactured by Avon Plastics, Inc. d/b/a Master Mark Plastics) may be defective.

Specifically, C&T is investigating whether Rhino Deck composite decking prematurely fails and ages, in that it cracks, warps, twists, swells, sags, splits, discolors, and exhibits mold and mildew, all despite proper installation. Rhino markets its composite decking as guaranteed to last at least 20 years with limited maintenance, yet reports suggest that the above issues manifest in Rhino composite decking within a few years after installation.

If you have purchased Rhino Deck composite decking and have experienced any of the above or other problems, please contact the lawyers listed below.

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Attorneys for this case:

Benjamin F. Johns
Andrew W. Ferich