I had a new metal roof installed by a contractor on my home.Since I've had many leaks after getting the run around from the contractor I contacted the manufacturer to find out the entire roof was installed wrong
At this point, you should probably bring a claim against the contractor. You should talk to another roofer to find out what the problems are with the existing roof and how much it will cost to repair or replace it. Depending on the amount it will cost to repair or replace the roof, you may be able to resolve this case in small claims court.
Yes it is possible. It sounds like you could have a couple of different claims against the contractor. You should speak with a local attorney about bringing suit or sending a demand. Good luck!
The short answer to your question is yes. New Hampshire has a residential construction dispute procedure to address these kinds of issues. For reference to that statute, you might consider the following:
In addition to that statute there are other legal theories and laws that may be pertinent to the specific facts of your project. Given that virtually every construction project -- and dispute -- is highly fact specific, you'd be well-advised to consult a construction attorney to discuss the issues.
The foregoing answer is intended to be informational only and should not be construed to create an attorney-client relationship, nor should it be relied upon as legal advice.
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