Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Alside, Inc.
According to a Complaint filed on May 20, 2015, certain Alside two-pane glass windows contain defects which makes them more prone to seal failure resulting in condensation and/or corrosion between the panes of glass. This condensation and corrosion is occurring at higher rates than typical for the window industry.
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If you or a family member has purchased certain Alside two-pane glass windows and have experienced premature condensation and corrosion, you may be entitled to compensation.
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About Alside, Inc.’s Two-Pane Windows
A class action complaint was filed on May 20, 2015 in the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. Plaintiffs allege Alside, Inc.’s relating to its current line of windows that use the same insulated glass unit system. The insulated glass unit subject to this lawsuit comprises of two panes of glass separated by a PPG Intercept® Warm-Edge Spacer System. This type of system is often referred to as “ClimaTech High-Performance Insulated Glass” by Alside. It is believed that Alside used this Two-Pane insulated glass unit system in the following windows: Sheffield, UltraMaxx, Mezzo East Coast, Fusion, Model 0700, Sheffield II, Mezzo West Coast, Exclibur II, Fairfield 80 Series, Fairfield 70 Series, Performance Series, Performance Series Gold/Silver and others. Plaintiffs allege that Alside Two-Pane insulated glass units suffer from condensation and/or corrosion at an unacceptably high incident rate and early on in the life of the products. These defects have caused the Plaintiffs to endure property damage to the windows, the inability to use said windows and various economic and non-economic damages.