Shea Homes the subject of Seattle’s largest class-action lawsuit

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Homeowners in Trilogy Redmond Ridge development are complaining of improper roof flashing, poor sealing.

December 12, 2014

Attorneys recently filed the largest class-action lawsuit in  Seattle’s history against Shea Homes. Homeowners who live in the Trilogy Redmond Ridge development claim  their roofs are improperly flashed, promoting mold, and that the houses are so poorly sealed that “rats, mice, squirrels, frogs, insects, and other vermin” have been able to get inside the walls creating widespread wood rot and infestations. Shea says that the lawsuit is “misleading, intentionally inflammatory, and unnecessary.”

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