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Cutler Group allegedly built non-weather-resistant homes

By Mark Iandolo | Oct 13, 2016

HARRISBURG, Pa. (Legal Newsline) — Pennsylvania Attorney General Bruce R. Beemer has announced a lawsuit against the Cutler Group Inc., a Montgomery County-based homebuilder, for allegedly failing to provide new homes that were weather-resistant as it claimed it would.


According to Beemer’s office, the Cutler Group failed to comply with manufacturers’ recommendations, building codes and accepted industry standards for the installation of stucco, weather barriers and flashings. Because of the company’s purportedly shoddy work, consumers were left with non-weather sealed homes, an issue that often caused water infiltration and significant damage to the houses.


"The costs to correct this damage can easily exceed $100,000 per home," Beemer said. "It is extremely important for new homebuilders to adhere to accepted industry practices, which leaves consumers with the peace of mind that their homes have been properly built. We are pursuing this lawsuit, in part, to protect consumers from this conduct in the future."


Beemer’s office seeks restitution for consumers, civil penalties and a permanent injunction against the Cutler Group.


Chief deputy attorney general Sarah A. E. Frasch, director of the attorney general’s bureau of consumer protection, filed the lawsuit in the Montgomery Court of Common Pleas.

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