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‘Chinese Drywall’ refers to defective drywall or wallboard imported from China between 2004 and 2007. Importation of Chinese-manufactured drywall increased substantially during a shortage of American-made drywall due to the rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Katrina and other storms that ravaged the Gulf Coast. Some reports state that Chinese-drywall can be found in homes built as early as 2001. Florida, Virginia and Louisiana are central locations for homes in distress.
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