Tag Archives: Chinese Drywall

Congress Passes Tainted Chinese Drywall Ban

A new bill passed by Congress hopes to prevent future mass imports of tainted building materials, after thousands of property owners had to gut their homes and almost rebuild them due to problems caused by Chinese drywall. …

Chinese Drywall Damages May Change Foreign Business Laws

A Chinese drywall company is facing increased pressure to compensate thousands of homeowners for selling defective drywall that damaged their homes, but difficulty enforcing U.S. judgments may result in changes to laws regarding foreign companies doing business in this country. …

Chinese Drywall Remediation Guidance Released by CPSC

Federal investigators have released final guidance on repairing homes with toxic Chinese drywall, recommending that homeowners replace smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, but finding that gas service piping and most fire sprinklers are unaffected. …

Wiring Safe from Chinese Drywall Effects: CPSC and HUD Report

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Federal regulators say that wiring blackened by Chinese drywall in homes throughout the United States does not present a safety hazard and does not need to be replaced, potentially saving some homeowners and companies thousands of dollars. …

CPSC Finds No Link Between Ft. Bragg Infant Deaths and Drywall

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reports that testing has ruled out Chinese drywall and a large number of other environmental factors as potential causes of death for a number of infants who died in recent years while living in on-base housing at Fort Bragg. …

No Link Found Between Chinese Drywall and Deaths: CDC

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Federal investigators say that they have found no link between 11 reported deaths and Chinese drywall, which has been found to release toxic fumes that have damaged homes throughout the United States. …

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