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Consumer Protection — home improvement — attorney fees

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Consumer Protection — home improvement — attorney fees

This appeal and cross-appeal are about a dispute regarding the installation of windows in a remodeling project. Dan and Carrie Maringer (collectively referred to as Maringer) appeal the trial court’s judgment in favor of Burback Builders, LLC, arguing that Burback violated home improvement consumer protection law because it did not perform according to their construction contract when it installed single-hung windows instead of double-hung windows in Maringer’s home. Burbank cross-appeals, arguing that the trial court erred in reducing its claimed attorney’s fees. We affirm.

2013AP2478 Dan Maringer v. Burback Builders, LLC

Dist II, Racine County, Gerald P. Ptacek, Judge

Attorneys: For Appellant: Owens, Joseph F., New Berlin; For Respondent: Conrad, Christopher J, Racine

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