- The Bradford Era3 days ago
- The Wall Street Journal6 days ago
Your best source is our guidance (pdf) on identifying homes built with problem drywall. (There are many reasons that a home could exhibit similar symptoms to a home with problem drywall and it is important that you correctly identify the source at work in your particular circumstance.)
Amidst a wave of Chinese import scares, ranging from toxic toys to tainted pet food, reports of contaminated drywall from that country have been popping up across the American Southeast. Chinese companies use unrefined “fly ash,” a coal residue found in smokestacks in coal-fired power plants in ...
Drywall imported from China, used in over 20,000 properties beginning in 2005, could have caused adverse health effects in the tens of thousands of American exposed to it, a report released Friday found.
China-manufactured drywall has been linked to health problems and metal corrosion in homes.
Some U.S. homes built between 2003 and 2008 contain imported drywall, known in the press as Chinese drywall. Some consumers who live in these homes have reported problems, including a strong sulfur smell, like rotten eggs; health issues, like irritated and itchy eyes and skin, difficulty breathing, a persistent cough and headaches; and ...
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Do you have Chinese drywall in your house? Find out, because it can lead to serious health problems.