Chinese Drywall Complaint Center
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Americas leading resource & information source on toxic Chinese drywall & or Knauf Chinese Drywall

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is the leading US resource on toxic Chinese drywall, and an advocate for homeowners, who have a problem, or suffer the symptoms of toxic Chinese drywall in their home or condo.

 Here you will find some answers on what to do, symptoms of toxic Chinese drywall, and inspection criteria for Chinese drywall


For more information about Chinese Drywall problems call 866-714-6466.


 Americas Watchdog's  
urgent appeal to home buyers in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Virginia and Southeast Texas
"Do not buy a bank foreclosure in one of these states without a thorough inspection for toxic Chinese drywall."
US banks and loan servicing companies are selling thousands of foreclosures in these states "As Is" with no disclosure of  toxic Chinese drywall.  


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Toxic Chinese drywall contains harmful levels of chemicals that are strong enough to degrade copper pipes, or electrical wires, and at the same time create a unhealthy environment in a home. The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center's investigation has now determined with 100% certainty, that imported toxic Chinese drywall has been installed all over the extreme US Southeast including the states of Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Southeast Texas, and Virginia. Tragically, we believe toxic Chinese drywall has also been installed in all other regions of the United States. However, without high thresholds of heat & humidity, it becomes much more difficult, to identify homes, and or to see the worst effects of toxic Chinese drywall.

Are There Any State Or Federal Programs Offering Meaningful Disaster Assistance For Homeowner Victims of The Toxic Chinese Drywall Disaster In The US, and or especially in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Virginia, or Southeast Texas?

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, "After being first discovered in 2009, there are still no meaningful federal, or state disaster relief programs for homeowners stuck with a toxic Chinese drywall home. No group, or organization has tried harder to get disaster relief for homeowners stuck in toxic Chinese drywall home, and we will continue our efforts until federal, and state disaster relief programs are created, and made available for effected homeowners, and their families. The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is now insisting that the states of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas create disclosure laws to prevent home buyers, or renters from moving into a home that contains, or formerly contained toxic Chinese drywall without full disclosure."

Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Update:

The Chinese drywall Complaint Center now believes that many more US Southeast homes particularly in Florida, Southeast Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Virginia and Louisiana have toxic Chinese drywall than previous calculations. The group says, "many homes in the US Southeast have toxic Chinese drywall INTERMIXED with US made drywall. If these homes were built or remodeled after 2001, we believe a small amount of imported Chinese drywall is enough to make an entire house toxic. The net result is instead of ending up with tens of thousands of toxic US Southeast homes, we are convinced we have 100,000's of toxic US Southeast homes."

Imported Chinese & Toxic US Made Drywall Time Frames

We believe toxic Chinese drywall was being imported into the US Southeast as early as 2005. The states where we have discovered toxic Chinese drywall include Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Southeast Texas, and Virginia. The peak years for use appear to be 2005-2006. However, it would appear that Chinese drywall was still being sold in Florida as late as early 2009.


What Types Of Toxic Chinese Drywall Is A Priority Of The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center? Is China standing behind their toxic Chinese drywall products?

There are two types of toxic Chinese drywall that are priorities for the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center:

Knauf Tianjin: Knauf is the largest drywall maker in the world. Knauf is a closely held German company. Knauf Tianjin was exported from China and distributed to the states of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas between 2005, and 2006. The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center believes Knauf Tianjin is in at least 100,000 homes in the US Southeast. The new problem-On February 7th 2013 a federal court in New Orleans approved a global settlement for homeowners, whose home contained Knauf Tianjin toxic Chinese drywall. Based on court records only about 5500 homeowners were included in this settlement. 

Taishan:The other major exporter of toxic Chinese drywall to the US is Chinese state owned Taishan toxic Chinese drywall. Toxic Taishan Chinese Drywall was distributed to homebuilders in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, and California. The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center estimates that at a minimum 100,000 US homes contain Taishan toxic Chinese drywall. The Problem: For the last four years the government of China has been unwilling to accept responsibility for their toxic building product that was exported to the United States. Without pressure from the United States Department of State, or the Obama Administration the group doubts much progress will be made on the Taishan litigation for impacted US homeowners, and their families

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Because the US Federal Government & the Obama Administration have been virtual no shows to the toxic Chinese drywall disaster, the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is now urging individual state legislatures to enact stringent disclosure laws, so that home buyers do not unknowingly purchase a home that c
ontains toxic Chinese drywall in Florida, and the Gulf States.



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