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Lee County, Florida has 1,900 Chinese drywall-tainted houses on its tax rolls (officially). The true number is uncertain.
A year after it was reviewed in JLC, how is the Hilti Autofeed Drywall Screw Magazine holding up?
Use setting compound and drywall patches to quickly repair holes in plaster
Carelessness helped create Florida’s Chinese drywall disaster. Cleaning it up is a job for a very careful builder.
Prefab parts and flexible drywall simplify the installation of this classic detail
Sheetrock UltraLight Panels weigh only 1.35 pounds per square foot
Tips about patching holes in drywall to accept smaller-diameter recessed fixtures
Federal Judge Eldon E. Fallon has okayed a massive settlement that will cover thousands of houses whose value was degraded by sulfurous emissions seeping out of contaminated Chinese-made drywall.
The StirWhip's "fingers" are both flexible and strong
Congress has passed a bill that limits the amount of sulfur permissible in wallboard products.
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