To Discuss Florida’s Chinese Drywall Problems. A forum held in Ft. Meyers to discuss Florida's Chinese drywall problem apparently raised more questions than it answered. According to News-Press.com, the lead toxicologist from the Florida Health Department told attendees that more investigation is needed before it can be determined if … [Read more...] about Florida Chinese Drywall Problems Discussed at Forum
Concerns Over Toxic Chinese Drywall. have prompted a Virginia developer to launch inspections of at least 60 homes in that state. According to Pilotonline.com, the homes in Chesapeake and Virginia Beach, which were built by The Dragas Companies, are suspected to contain the foul-smelling Chinese drywall. As we've been reporting … [Read more...] about Chinese Drywall Issues Confirmed in Virginia
Chinese Drywall Was Imported to the U.S During the housing boom, more than 500 million pounds of possibly defective Chinese drywall was imported to the U.S. According to the Associated Press, that was enough material to build around 100,000 homes. The Chinese drywall was likely used throughout the country, and it could be years … [Read more...] about Chinese Drywall Problem Far Reaching
Another Virginia Community Has Banned the Use of Chinese Drywall. Another Virginia community has banned the use of Chinese drywall. The ban, adopted unanimously by the Virginia Beach city council last night, comes a week after the Norfolk city council adopted a similar measure. Virginia is just one of several states where … [Read more...] about Chinese Drywall Banned in Virginia Beach
Fumes From Defective Chinese Drywall. Thousands of homeowners across the country are blaming fumes from defective Chinese drywall for making them sick. According to a report in The New York Times, the Chinese drywall debacle has pushed many people out of their homes and to the brink of bankruptcy, but solutions to the problem have … [Read more...] about Chinese Drywall Mess Has No Easy Fix
Guidelines for New Chinese Drywall Remediation New Chinese drywall remediation guidelines issued yesterday by the U.S Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) and the Department of Housing and Urban Development no longer call for the removal of gas service piping or glass bulb fire sprinkler heads. However, the guidelines continue … [Read more...] about Federal Chinese Drywall Remediation Guidelines Revised
Settlement Comes Near For Thousand Homeowners. A settlement could be near for those thousands of homeowners embroiled in defective Chinese drywall lawsuits, said NewsPress.com. Federal Judge Eldon Fallon scheduled the mediation—which will include some key plaintiffs and defendants—for tomorrow, NewsPress.com added. Knauf … [Read more...] about Possible Settlement for Chinese Drywall Issues?