Drywall Testing (Toxic, Odiferous, Chinese)
Do not be mislead, defective drywall is a big deal. Never accept a person’s promise or written “guarantee” that a building or house is “free” from the material, and actually if such is offered is a likely indication an issue may exist.
For any property built, remodeled, renovated, or repaired from 2001 through 2009, with new drywall installations, we recommend a Level-I (Threshold) inspection as prescribed the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). We strongly recommend this service for any structure built in the time period noted. It is important to know that we do the work ourselves for verifiable, independent, and objective result of findings.
The CPSC has received about 3,905 reports from residents in 42 States, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, and Puerto Rico, who believe their health symptoms or the corrosion of certain metal components in their homes are related to problem drywall. State and local authorities have also received similar reports.
When a client has positive findings from a Level–I inspection, we have the capabilities to provide a Level–II (Corroborating evidence) laboratory testing in compliance with all currently established procedures and protocols. Our laboratory testing is conducted by state registered and approved laboratories.