VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - WAVY.com wants to help ease concerns about potentially sickeningdrywall in local homes.
Last month, we learned a local company, Venture, Inc., boughttons of drywall from China.
Some companies ended up using the drywall to build homes inChesapeake and Virginia Beach.Several people have complained of arotten egg smell, possibly from a sulfur-based gas in the drywall.
Now, the city of Virginia Beach has set up a website wherepeople can find out more information and get answers.
If you suspect that you have Chinese drywall in your home, theVirginia Department of Health recommends that you first contactyour homes builder.
Individuals may also call the Consumer Product SafetyCommissions toll-free consumer hotline at 1-800-638-2772 or theVirginia Department of Health at (804) 864-8182 for moreinformation about Chinese drywall.
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