Chinese (Tainted) Drywall Help Center

This site explains the Chinese Drywall problem and what to do about it. Much misinformation is out there and it leads to poor decision making. CPSC is the premier information and clearing site for Chinese Drywall. This site aligns with the CPSC, EPA, HUD and FTC* collation of site information.

*Consumer Products Safety Commission, Environmental Protection Agency,
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Federal Trade Commission
onsumer Products Safety Commission, Environmental Protection Agency

 


 
With regards to the effects of Chinese Drywall, "We have only scratched the surface"
- Robert Kallotte
Environmental Specialist,
Florida Department of Health

 
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This site is created for two reasons;


Reports of Drywall "Cases"
Meeting FL-DOH's Case Definition
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To counter the large volume of mis-information available, to provide a clearinghouse for accurate up-to-date information based on government 'watch dog' agencies, for affected home owners.
To provide a course of action for the home owner.
 
This consortium…There are the only five known inspectors, in the greater Houston area and 8 surrounding counties, which are competent to guide an owner thru this process. No other group has spent sufficient research time and sufficient "hands on" experience to develop this help. This research continues because Chinese Drywall continues to be an evolving problem where answers are being found everyday.

HISTORY OF CHINESE DRYWALL

2001 - First confirmed Chinese Drywall case in Florida was installed in this year

2001-2007 The Florida Department of Health struggles with identification and source of this issue

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What Do I Do? What Is It? Identification Remediation Help

What do I do?

The first step is to have the threshold inspection performed by a competent inspector

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What is it?

Indications of the presence of Toxic Chinese Drywall

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Identification

Positive or negative inspections are imperative

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Remediation

If you have it, what do you do

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Help

Where to go to get help

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FOR INSPECTION FOR CHINESE DRYWALL (Step 1)

Mike Cothran
MLC Real Estate Inspections
www.mlcinspections.com
Mike@mlcinspections.com
281-446-4381

Jonathan Lang
Texas Real Estate Inspection Services
www.texasinspections.net
Inspector@texasinspections.net
281-300-9276
Chris Guido
Town and Country Home
Inspection
www.tanchomeinspection.com
Chris@tandchomeinspection.com
936-697-2533
FOR SAMPLING AND TESTING
Linda Lauver
A.Q. Testing Services
www.aqtestingservices.com
mold1@peoplepc.com
281-391-9604

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