Everett v. Pulte Group, Inc., et al.

Welcome to the Offical Website for the Everett v. Pulte Group, Inc. et al. Class action Settelement

If You Purchased, Installed or Have Had Open Energy 35-Watt or SolarBlend 50-Watt Solar Tiles on Your Roof, You May Be Entitled to Money From a Settlement

A Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit about 35-watt and 50-watt solar tiles manufactured between 2008 and 2012 (the “Solar Tiles”). The Solar Tiles replace conventional roof tiles and provide solar power to the property. The 35-watt Solar Tiles were sold under a variety of names. The 50-watt Solar Tiles were most commonly sold under the names SolarSave® or SolarBlendTM. (See Question 4 for a complete list of known names). Regardless of the name sold under, the Solar Tiles are distinctive looking, as they were designed to replace conventional roof tiles and blend into the roof, rather than sit on top of the roof on a rack (which is the far more common installation design). See Question 3 for sample images. The lawsuit claims these Solar Tiles are defective. (The lawsuit and Settlement do not cover Open Energy 34-watt solar tiles. The 34-watt solar tiles look similar but were the subject of a separate class settlement.)

You may submit a claim form here.

You can read a full length copy of the Notice and important case documents here.

Please Note the Following Important Dates:


Case Relevant Event

Date

A Claim Form must be filed online or postmarked by

July 19, 2018

A request for Exclusion must be postmarked on or before

July 19, 2018

An Objection must be postmarked on or before             

July 19, 2018

The Final Approval Hearing will take place on

August 30, 2018