Women Suffered Miscarriages After Moving Into Homes With Formaldehyde JoistsHundreds of Colorado families are taking legal action against the company responsible for exposing many of them to high levels of formaldehyde. Now, two women claim they suffered miscarriages shortly after moving into the homes.
Local Builder Taking Steps To Lower Formaldehyde LevelsWith the discovery of high levels of formaldehyde at several sites, some builders are working to make sure the same doesn't happen to them.
Lawsuits Filed Over Formaldehyde Joists In New Home ConstructionThe lawsuits are starting to flow from new homebuyers over a problem with a potentially dangerous chemical that was intended as a safety measure in the houses.
More Builders Halting Construction Because Of Formaldehyde JoistsMore home builders are having to stop construction because of joists covered in formaldehyde.
Woman Affected By Formaldehyde Joists Demands ActionNew homes from northern Colorado to Douglas County have beams contaminated by formaldehyde. They are boarded up with a warning to stay away, including for construction workers.
Formaldehyde Concerns Grow As More Homeowners Discover IssuesWeyerhauser is blaming a fomula change for a problem that has forced evacuations and kept people from hundreds of homes around the country. Formaldehyde inside the basements of the homes have caused odor issues and potential health risks.
Formaldehyde Dangers Force Homeowners OutSeveral Colorado families are being told to leave their brand new homes over concerns of formaldehyde poisoning.
Woman's Home Improvement Comes To Halt Over Formaldehyde FlooringGerry Smith's floor installation had to be stopped before it's finished due to health and liability concerns after materials were found to contain formaldehyde.
Home Air Quality: Are Americans Suffocating Themselves?The EPA now considers poor indoor air quality to be a top risk to public health.

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