San Juan Woman Blames Roofing Contractor for Mold Buildup following June Floods
UPDATE (11/19): A Rio Grande Valley roofing contractor has only kept part of his promise to fix a damaged home.
Manuela Hernandez said her home had been damaged by the floods in June and a contractor she hired was to blame.
She tells CHANNEL 5 NEWS a crew came to her home. However, she's still waiting for them to fix the mold caused by the leaky roof.
Count on us to keep you updated on this story.
SAN JUAN – Damage caused by June’s floods still exists in the Rio Grande Valley.
A San Juan woman blames her roofing contractor for the mess at her home.
Manuela Hernandez says she had her roof resurfaced almost a year ago by Family General Construction.
"I paid 3,600 in cash and they said I had a one-year warranty and the shingles for 30 years, but none of them were good,” she says.
Hernandez tells CHANNEL 5 NEWS the mold appeared after the June floods.
KRGV’s Angelo Vargas reached out to the president of the company, Israel Vela.
He says he will work on the issue Monday.
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