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#1 Jan 29, 2009
To compensate for the lack of U.S. drywall and wallboard when constructing new homes during Florida's housing boom a few years ago, contractors resorted to importing Chinese drywall.
This drywall has been linked to an odor of rotten eggs and to health disorders like irritated eyes, breathing difficulty, bloody noses and headaches. This defect has affected hundreds of homeowners in Florida, primarily in homes built in the last five years.
If you think your home is built of defective Chinese drywall, please visit the following site: http://www.defective-chinese-drywall-lawsuit....
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