Toxic Chinese Drywall?

By
Home Inspector with Golden State Home Inspections

What are the signs your house might have the potentially toxic imported Chinese dry wall?

* First the house was built or remodeled between 2005 and 2008

* The house has a strong or noticeable smell of sulphur or rotten eggs.

* The home has experienced repeated air conditioning coil issues or corrosion

* The home's occupants have experienced upper respiratory issues, nose bleeds, or other medical issues.

* Young children or senior citizens may be the first to show signs of exposure to a home with the imported Chinese dry wall.

It seems most of the affected homes are in the Southeast and Western United States.

 

"There is no longer a question of if the Chinese dry wall is a problem, the question now is just how bad is it going to get," according to Americas Watchdog. "If you live in a any US home, or condominium built between 2005 & 2006, that has a sulfur, or rotten egg type smell, we want to hear from you as soon as possible at 866-714-6466, or contact us via our web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com."

 

 

Craig Iden

Golden State Home Inspections

800-441-0804

www.goldenstatehomeinspections.com

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