In Woullard v. Sanner Concrete and Supply, Woullard sued, claiming that the defendants breached their respective contracts related to constructing a house and a detached garage. After the trial court found in favor of Woullard, the defendants appealed and argued that the trial court erred in calculating its damage award. The Superior Court affirmed, holding that the cost of repair was not grossly disproportionate on its face compared to the market value of the home without the defect.