Purchasers of Trex (a plastic composite, wood alternative) decking, railing, or fencing materials made between 8/1/2004 and 8/27/2013.
Trex was sold under a variety of brands including:
The settlement provides for three tiers depending on the severity of the problem. The lowest tier provides a cash payment of $150, the middle and top tier provide certificated (40% and 50% respectively) for a discount off Trex products and partial labor reimbursement … on the off chance that having just discovered you wood alternative decking has fungal issues that your solution is to purchase more products from the same company.
|Proof of Purchase:||
Required. The three tiers of claims have different proof requirements. All require photos of the affected decking. The proof requirements are among the most time consuming we have seen for any settlement.
|Claim Form:||Trex Settlement Claim Form|
|Trex Settlement Claim Form|
|Case Name:||Mahan, et al. v. Trex Company, Inc.,
Case No.: CV 09-00670-JSW (N.D. California)
The plaintiffs allege that when Trex products were cleaned with certain bleach based cleaning products that they could unevenly discolor and become prone to develop mould, mildew, and other fungal spots, not exactly what they wanted when they decided to purchase a nice new Trex deck.
|Settlement Website:||Trex Settlement|
|Claim Form Deadline:||May 27, 2014|
|Claims Administrator:||Trex Mold and Color Fading/Variation Litigation|
c/o Heffler Claims Group
P.O. Box 921789
Norcross, GA 30010-1789