GALVESTON — The owner of a building is suing a roofing contractor, citing alleged breach of contract.
Bengal-T Inc. filed a complaint on Feb. 26 in the Galveston County Court against Remedy Roofing, alleging that the contractor performed defective roofing services.
According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that in January 2014 Bengal-T hired Remedy roofing to perform roof repair work on one of its buildings and the work was to be covered by a 20-year warranty. Since the repairs, the building has suffered numerous leaks that resulted in significant interior damage. In November 2015, Bengal-T hired another roofing company, which claimed Remedy Roofing failed to properly seal the roof repairs.
The plaintiff seeks compensation for at least $9,350, plus penalties, costs, expenses, pre-judgment interest and attorney's fees. Bengal-T is represented by Christopher L. Johnson of Lyons & Plackemeier, PLLC in Texas City.
Galveston County Court Case number CV-0075863