Ahhhh...not again....complains are already mounting with contaminations, leakage, foul smells, home fixtures falling. Consumers who bought homes during the housing boom and those houses built in 2002 and 2007are also worried that Chinese drywall problems can lead to electrical problems, thus making it difficult to sell their homes. Drywall, also known as wallboard or plasterboard, is typically made from the mineral gypsum in the US, but a shortage led suppliers to import drywall from gypsum mines in China.
Homeowners are concerned over the potential for property damage and health problems resulting from drywall from China that reportedly leaks corrosive chemicals. Reports include copper tubing turning black, the failure of air conditioning coils exposed to the drywall, smells of sulfur and illness (possibly from breathing airborne sulfuric compounds), including respiratory problems, nosebleeds and headaches. We have to do something about it, and this agency can help
http://www.chinesedrywallproblem.com. Accordingly, CDC is working with federal agencies responsible for indoor and outdoor air testing to ensure that the results can help answer health questions. Something must be done or else we could be at risk too....I still want to enjoy my grandchildren and my retirements years...an active participation to a solution must be done. why don't you join me now!