Was your home built with Chinese drywall in 2001-02 or 2006-07? Call Doyle Law toll free at (888) 633-5204. We're still accepting clients in all states, including those most affected by defective Chinese drywall - Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.


During the past five (5) years, we reached settlements with a manufacturer (Knauf), and hundreds of importers, distributors builders, and subcontractors in the Chinese drywall litigation. If you have recently learned that your home has toxic, reactive, defective Chinese drywall, now is the time to file your claim regarding your Chinese drywall issues. Eventually, the remediation funds set aside by these businesses will be exhausted. Without the ability to recover the full damages (including those from manufacturers), there may not be enough money in the future to fully fix (remediate) your home and compensate you for your personal property losses. We can fight for you to get the full compensation you deserve, but you must act quickly. Do not put off calling us for another day.


We are still accepting Chinese Drywall Claims in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.

What is Chinese Drywall?

Drywall manufactured in China is simply a building product used to create the walls in a home. Tainted Chinese drywall is no different in appearance than domestic U.S.-made drywall. The problem with some of the imported sheetrock from China is the composition of the gypsum material inside the sheetrock - it contains contaminants that should have been cleaned/removed during the manufacturing process. Over time, the defective drywall materials undergo a chemical process and it will "off-gas" noxious fumes that are harmful to people and are reactive with certain metals inside a home.

Concerned? Basic Questions About Chinese Drywall

  • Was drywall hung in your home in either 2001-02 or 2006-2007?
  • Have you lost air conditioning coils (which should last 15-20 years)?
  • Have you lost appliances and electronics?
  • Have you noticed corrosion on the copper or silver in your home?
  • Is your family suffering from health problems (headaches, eye irritation, nosebleeds, breathing problems, skin rashes)?

If the answers to any/all of these questions is "yes," then you may have Chinese drywall in your home. Still not sure? Certified Chinese drywall inspectors in every affected state continue to actively test homes for defective chinese drywall and we can help you determine whether an inspection would be beneficial to you. Call us today toll free at (888) 633-5204 to discuss the issues you're experiencing.

Chinese drywall in your home? Call Doyle Law at (888) 633-5204.

We are still accepting and filing new Chinese Drywall cases.

We are still accepting new clients with claims against these MANUFACTURERS:

  • Knauf
  • Taishan
  • Taian Taishan
  • Shangdong Taihe
  • Crescent City Gypsum
  • Dragon Brand
  • Prowall Gypsum
  • IMG
  • IMT
  • Beijing New Building Materials
  • Venture Supply, Inc.

If you are concerned that you may have Chinese drywall, call us. Our Chinese drywall attorneys currently represent hundreds of home owners across the Gulf Coast of the Southeastern United States and we can help you too.

How Much Defective Chinese Drywall Was Imported?

It is a fact that more than 500 million pounds of defective Chinese sheetrock came into the U.S. ports from China. It was distributed to at least seven states and used in the construction of homes, apartments, and condominiums during the height of the U.S. housing boom in 2006 alone. It is clear through our investigation (based on the homeowners we represent) that the defective Chinese drywall was imported and used primarily from late-2005 until early-2008 in the states of Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia .


The Associated Press reported more than half a billion pounds of drywall imported from China was used in the building of an estimated 100,000 U.S. homes. These homes with the drywall problems are located mostly in the south along the Gulf Coast, according to the Miami Herald, which reports that "millions of square feet of drywall were imported into the United States during the housing boom and following catastrophic hurricane seasons," because American manufacturers could not keep up with the demand for building materials. Much of the sheetrock from China has still not been found and many home owners continue to unknowingly endure the symptoms of Chinese drywall.

We are still accepting Chinese Drywall Claims in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.

Chinese Drywall Sulfur-Based Chemicals

We are still actively evaluating and filing Chinese drywall cases....The problem with Chinese drywall is that it emits sulfur-based gases that are harmful to both the occupants and the property itself. The reason that the drywall is harmful is because the ingredients in the drywall continually undergo a chemical reaction and noxious fumes are released, often referred to as "off-gassing." Those fumes, once airborne, travel throughout the house and and do one of four things: 1) react with metals (silver, nickel, zinc or copper); 2) are absorbed by cloth or carpeting; 3) are inhaled by the occupants; or 4) are released into the environment through an open window or door. There's really nothing else for it to do.


In 2010, the Consumer Product Safety Commission released a study after conducting an analysis of drywall made in China. That study confirms that chemicals being off-gassed by the tainted drywall are consistently as follows:

  • Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
  • Carbon Disulfide
  • Carbonyl Sulfide
  • Ethyl Mercaptan
  • Dimethyl Sulfide
  • Methyl Mercaptan
  • Sulfur Dioxide

Because Chinese drywall emits hydrogen sulfide fumes, it could be a serious problem for home owners. Exposure to 50 parts per million (ppm) of hydrogen sulfide for more than ten minutes can cause extreme nasal irritation. Furthermore, inhalation of 500 to 1,000 ppm can cause unconsciousness and death through respiratory paralysis and asphyxiation, according to environmental experts.

Chinese Drywall Symptoms

Picture of air conditioning coil corroded by Chinese drywall Various chemicals, not just hydrogen sulfide (H2S), emitted by the toxic drywall are problematic for home owners. Here's a list of common problems:

  • Corrosion inside air conditioning units, ultimately causing air conditioning coil failure;
  • Corrosion on all copper pipes and wires throughout the home;
  • Corrosion on all electrical wiring;
  • Corrosion leading electronics and appliance failure;
  • Corrosion causing silverware and jewelry to blacken;
  • Noxious fumes causing breathing problems;
  • Noxious fumes causing headaches;
  • Noxious fumes causing nasal congestion, sinus infections, and nosebleeds; and
  • Noxious fumes causing skin irritation, including skin rashes.

Deadlines Are Approaching Fast!If your house was built in either 2001-02 or late-2005 to early-08, and you have identified either Chinese drywall markings or the corrosion described above, it should raise a red flag with you. Get your home inspected and file your claim immediately. Time is running out! For a free legal consultation, contact any of our offices: Miami, Florida; Houston, Texas; Atlanta, Georgia; or Birmingha, Alabama.

Chinese Drywall Remediation

In order to properly eliminate the Chinese drywall problems, your home must be properly remediated. Remediation is the process of carefully removing the drywall and all effected building materials to ensure that future problems are eliminated. Here's a non-exhaustive list of the remediation requirements:

  • Removal of all drywall from the home;
  • Removal of all wiring from the home;
  • Removal of all insulation from the home;
  • Removal of all electrical junction boxes;
  • Removal of all PVC;
  • Removal of all galvanized piping;
  • Removal of all copper piping;
  • Removal of all HVAC ducts, vents and air handlers;
  • Remove all particulate matter and test the framing studs for residual toxic chemicals; and
  • Request a certification from an environmental engineer or certified inspector declaring the home free of contaminants.

Testing for Chinese Drywall

If you have any concern that your home contains defective Chinese drywall, get your home tested - immediately. We can refer you to a trained and qualified Chinese drywall inspector in your area. We've worked with inspectors in every state affected by toxic Chinese drywall. Experienced Chinese drywall inspectors continue to test for Chinese drywall throughout the southeast in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana, and Texas. Your opportunity to recover from a menufacturer of defective drywall is running out, so don't procrastinate. If you have questions about the Chinese drywall issues listed above and feel that you might have a home containing sheetrock from China, contact our Chinese drywall law firm. The consultation is free.

We represent homeowners in Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia. We continue to accept new clients and file new Chinese Drywall Lawsuits.

Alabama Chinese Drywall Lawyers

Doyle Law Firm's Chinese drywall lawyers continue evaluate claims from every southeastern state. But, the use of defective Chinese drywall was not limited to just those areas. If you suspect that your home contains defective Chinese drywall, call one of our Chinese drywall attorneys in our Birmingham, Alabama office at (205) 533-9500.

Florida Chinese Drywall Lawyers

Our firm has handled defective toxic Chinese drywall claims for Florida residents from one end of the state to the other: from Pensacola to Ft. Myers; from Orlando to Naples; from Homestead to Jacksonville. If you have a home built or remodeled and it now contains Chinese drywall, our Chinese drywall attorneys would like to speak with you. Our firm continues to file claims for home owners in the Tampa, Ft. Myers, Miami, Port St. Lucie, Pensacola, and Orlando areas. Call our Miami, Florida office to discuss your case at (305) 677-3388. The consultation is free.

Georgia Chinese Drywall Lawyers

Recently, our firm has identified defective, imported sheetrock in multiple locations throughout the state of Georgia. If you have a home built or remodeled with Chinese drywall, our firm continues to evaluate and file claims for home owners in the Alpharetta, Atlanta, Auburn, Buford, Columbus, Douglasville, Hampton, Kennesaw, McDonough, St. Simons Island, Sugar Hill, Watkinsville, Winder and Woodstock areas. Call our tainted drywall attorneys in our Atlanta, Georgia office at (678) 799-7676 for a free consultation.

Mississippi Chinese Drywall Lawyers

Our Mississippi Chinese drywall lawyers represent home owners in the Bay St. Louis, Biloxi, Diamondhead, Gautier, Gulfport, Hattiesburg, Kiln, Long Beach, Lucedale, Moss Point, Ocean Springs, Pascagoula, Pass Christian, Perkinston, Picayune, Saucier, Vancleave, and Waveland areas. As with the other gulf coast states (except Florida), Interior Exterior Building Supply of Louisiana was the major importer and supplier of defective sheetrock to home builders during the end stages of the housing boom between late 2005 and late 2007.

If you are experiencing Chinese drywall symptoms in your Mississippi home, call our Mississippi Chinese drywall attorneys for a free consultation at toll free (888) 633-5204.

Texas Chinese Drywall Lawyers

Doyle Law Firm, PC now has an office in Houston, Texas handling Defective Chinese Drywall cases for Texas residents. We'll continue to represent even more Texas home owners struggling to cope with the effects of tainted Chinese drywall. Defective sheetrock manufactured in China has been confirmed in the following areas: Alvin, Baytown, Conroe, Crosby, Cypress, Dickinson, Dayton, Fresno, Friendswood, Houston, Humble, Jersey Village, Katy, Kingwood, Kerrville, League City, Magnolia, Mission, Missouri City, pasadena, Pearland, Port Neches, Porter, Richmond, Rosharon, Spring, Sugarland, Texarkana, Tomball and Tyler. We expect to find even more defective drywall in east Texas and we'll continue to file cases in the near future. If you recently learned that your home was built or remodeled with Chinese drywall, we want to talk with you. Call our Houston, Texas office for a free consultation today at (832) 295-9755.