Our Chinese imported dry wall investigation is the most important project we have ever worked on, because literally thousands of lives could be at stake, including children.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 4, 2009
Americas Watchdog & its Homeowners Consumer Center has determined that imported Chinese dry wall used in new homes built in 2005 & 2006, is not just isolated to South Florida. The imported Chinese drywall was used all over Florida, as well as the entire Southeast & all Gulf States, in homes built in 2005 or 2006. The imported Chinese dry wall was also used in Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, South Carolina and nationwide.
"There is no longer a question of if the Chinese dry wall is a problem, the question now is just how bad is it going to get," according to Americas Watchdog. "If you live in a any US home, or condominium built between 2005 & 2006, that has a sulfur, or rotten egg type smell, we want to hear from you as soon as possible at 866-714-6466, or contact us via our web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com."
Facts from the Homeowners Consumer Center about the imported Chinese drywall:
- So What Is The Potential Problem With Imported Chinese Dry Wall? The problem with the imported Chinese is it may be toxic, and unhealthy for those who live in the houses or condominiums. Even the installers of the imported Chinese drywall could be at risk.
- I thought the problem with the limited to just a few homes in South Florida? According to the Homeowners Consumer Center, "We know the imported Chinese dry wall was used all over the State of Florida, and it was not isolated just to South Florida. Further, we know it was used in new homes & condominiums in Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Orleans, the Carolina's, Nevada and Arizona. It may have been used in all 50 US States between 2005 & 2006, because of the national dry wall shortage, that was caused by the peaking of the US housing boom, & Gulf States affected by Hurricane Katrina.
- How would I know if I have the imported Chinese dry wall in my home? The Chinese dry wall was used in new US homes built between 2005 & 2006. Homeowners in the affected homes, or condominiums will have a sulphur, or rotten egg type smell. Homeowners in the affected homes may have been suffering nose bleeds or upper respiratory problems since moving into the home. Another indication might be corroded air conditioning coils.
- What should I do if I live in a home built in 2005 or 2006 that smells like rotten eggs or sulfur? Please call the Homeowners Consumer Center immediately at 866-714-6466 or contact them via their web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com
Note: The Homeowners Consumer Center's Chinese dry wall investigation, may be the most important environmental homeowner issue in US history. According to the group, "Our Chinese imported dry wall investigation is the most important project we have ever worked on, because literally thousands of lives could be at stake, including children."
According to the Homeowners Consumer Center, "There will be lots of blame to go around, right now our number one priority is discovering who has the imported Chinese drywall in their home, getting the home tested, & then doing everything we can to help the affected homeowners and families. This is a really big deal, & we want to hear from any homeowner who may have this issue in a new home built in the US in 2005 or 2006."
Note to friends, family members or neighbors: "If you know of someone who lives in a new home built in Florida, or any other state between 2005 & 2006, that has a rotten egg, or sulfur type smell please share this press release with them, and have them call the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466 or contact them via their web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com
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