Defective Chinese Drywall Lawyers
Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Boca Raton, Parkland, Coconut Creek, and South Florida
You may have defective drywall if:
- Unpleasant odor, sulfur-based gas smell, rotten egg smell in home
- Electrical problems, lights blinking on and off
- Constant replacement of A/C systems or components
- Corroding of air conditioner coils, computer wiring, and metal picture frames
- Silver jewelry or flatware tarnishing and unable to be polished
- Discoloration of wood furniture
- Occupants of the home experiencing severe allergy attacks, eye irritations, headaches, upper respiratory problems, nose bleeds, dizzy spells, insomnia.
More than half of the homes built with Chinese drywall are in Florida. Chinese-made drywall is cited as an increasing problem in many of the homes constructed during the housing boom, between 2004 and 2006. This type of drywall has been the cause of unpleasant odors and electrical problems in many South Florida homes. A handful of builders and environmental consultants are now investigating whether the drywall, a wide flat board used to create interior walls, is emitting sulfur-based gases that may be corroding air-conditioner coils, computer wiring, metal picture frames, and now possibly causing respiratory problems.
There are concerns that the horrible smell from the Chinese drywall is an indication that the material is emitting toxins that could be dangerous to residents. Health officials are highly concerned that the fumes could be especially dangerous to sensitive populations, such as the very young, the elderly, those with asthma and chemical sensitivity. The attorneys at the Weinstein Law Firm are dedicated to making sure the builders, suppliers and manufacturers responsible for the defective Chinese drywall are held accountable.
Our Chinese drywall claims attorneys understand that in pursuing justice, there are no shortcuts.
If you feel your home and/or health have been affected by unpleasant, foul odors, frequent problems with air conditioning units, corroding of wiring, deteriorating of furniture, or respiratory problems caused by Chinese drywall you may have a case. We are well equipped to handle your Chinese drywall claims and get you the relief you are entitled to. Please contact attorney Andrew Weinstein at (954) 757-7500 for a free claims evaluation and consultation. We will gladly speak with you at no obligation or cost.
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