This case involves a woman who owned a condominium. The woman discovered a leak beneath the sink in the bathroom of the master bedroom, which she reported to the doorman at her building and she had the leak repaired. The woman began to notice the toilet was leaking as well as additional water damage that started with a small area on the threshold leading from the hallway to the master bedroom, ruining her belongings and causing her to seek a professional to waterproof certain items until the flooding was definitively stopped. The water damage later spread to other parts of the floor. The moisture underneath the floor boards caused the wood to raise, swell, and buckle. Later that same year, the interior condominium walls, crown moldings, base moldings, doors and kitchen cabinets began cracking and warping. Water then began leaking from the heating and air conditioning vents into the woman’s condominium. The woman’s condominium had been having problems receiving adequate heating and cooling. The woman notified the management about the water damage and the management told her that the water damage came from a NIBCO CPI PEX piping leak under the sink in the master bedroom and that it was her responsibility to pay for the repairs.