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Whitfield Bryson & Mason Investigates Claims of Defective Timber Products From TimberSIL

Whitfield Bryson & Mason is investigating problems with TimberSIL, a wood product that is marketed as the “longest life cycle building material.”

The law firm’s review follows recent reports in several states that TimberSIL, which is infused with sand or glass, is susceptible to premature rotting, warping, cupping, and does not hold paint.  

“There are allegations that the company has long been aware that TimberSIL has latent defects, yet has continued to sell TimberSIL without correcting the problems,” said Dan Bryson, a WBM partner who is nationally known for representing consumers in class actions involving a wide range of defective construction products.

If you’ve purchased TimberSIL and have experienced premature rotting, cupping, warping, or difficulty painting TimberSIL, or want further information about whether you can make a claim for past or future damage, please call us toll-free at 1-855-WBM-ATTY (1-855-926-2889) or send an email to enafisi@wbmllp.com