AZEK Decking Fading, Staining, and Scratching Settlement

CPG International, LLC and AZEK Building Products, Inc. are settling a class action that alleges that certain AZEK decking was marketed with the claim that it would not fade, stain, scratch, or discolor. However, the complaint alleges that the decking did in fact fade, stain, scratch, or discolor.  Read more

AZEK Decking Durability and Damage Settlement

CPG International, the company behind AZEK Building Products, has agreed to a settlement to resolve a class action alleging that it claimed certain historical AZEK decking would not fade, stain, scratch, or discolor. The complaint alleges that the decking did in fact fade, stain, scratch, and discolor and that CPG should have warned its customers.   Read more

Cross Timbers, DuraLife, Railways Decking Materials Class Action Settlement

The plaintiffs in this class action lawsuit allege that Cross Timbers Decking and DuraLife Decking manufactured or sold from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2012 and Railways Railings manufactured from January 1, 2005 through December 31, 2012 are prone to splitting, warping, swelling, shrinking, or surface decay and to develop pervasive mold, mildew, or  Read more

Rust-Oleum Restore Class Action Settlement

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Rust-Oleum Restore Products are defective because they prematurely peel, chip, or degrade after application. As a result, it is alleged, the marketing and warranty promises made in connection with the sale of the products are false and misleading. The lawsuit also claims that Rust-Oleum knew or should have  Read more

Monarch Decking Warranty Class Action Settlement

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that the Green Tree Composites violated federal and state laws by selling composite decking carrying the “Monarch” brand label throughout the United States with a 20-year warranty, and then failing to honor that warranty. They also contend that Monarch decking is defective and prone to suffer from many of  Read more

TimberTech Decking Class Action Settlement

The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that TimberTech XLM Mountain Cedar decking sold on or before August 31, 2010 and XLM Desert Bronze sold on or before November 1, 2011 is subject to a defect that can cause the decking to, among other things, scorch (i.e., blacken) or fade (i.e., whiten) or manifest a surface  Read more

MASTIC Home Exteriors Oasis Composite Decking Class Action Lawsuit

This class action lawsuit alleges that Oasis Composite Decking is defective and the defect(s) render the deck material prone to severe cracking, warping, and discoloration after installation. Furthermore, the decking prematurely fails requiring replacement far sooner than consumers reasonably expect.  Read more