The Homeowners Consumer Center is convinced the potentially toxic Chinese dry wall is not limited to the US Southeast, or the Gulf states. If you have a home that was built or remodeled in 2005 to 2008 that has a strong sulphur smell, or a rotten egg type smell please contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 12, 2009
Americas Watchdog's Homeowner Consumer Center is expanding its national investigation of imported Chinese dry wall, because of the potential health risks associated with this product. Initially the imported Chinese dry wall was thought to have been isolated to a few homes in Miami, Florida. According to Americas Watchdog, "the potentially toxic Chinese dry wall was used all over the entire state of Florida, in Georgia, in the Carolinas and in all Gulf Coast states. We are particularly worried about New Orleans, because we lost so many houses there during and after Katrina. At the time I lived in New Orleans and I know how hard it was to get sheet rock, so we are 100% certain it's in New Orleans on a large scale." If a homeowner in Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia or the Carolinas has a house that was built or remodeled in 2005 to 2008, with a sulphur or rotten egg smell they should contact the Homeowners Consumer Center immediately at 866-714-6466 or contact them via their web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com.
Note to all consumers throughout the nation: "The Homeowners Consumer Center is convinced the potentially toxic Chinese dry wall is not limited to the US Southeast, or the Gulf states. If you have a home that was built or remodeled in 2005 to 2008 that has a strong sulphur smell, or a rotten egg type smell please contact the Homeowners Consumer Center at 866-714-6466."
What are the signs your house might have the potentially toxic imported Chinese dry wall?
- First the house was built or remodeled between 2005 and 2008
- The house has a strong or noticeable smell of sulphur or rotten eggs.
- The home has experienced repeated air conditioning coil issues or corrosion
- The home's occupants have experienced upper respiratory issues, nose bleeds, or other medical issues.
- Young children or senior citizens may be the first to show signs of exposure to a home with the imported Chinese dry wall.
A note to any Florida, Georgia, Mississippi or Louisiana, TV station, talk radio station, or newspaper: Please call the Homeowners Consumer Center for more specific information at 866-714-6466.
According to the Homeowners Consumer Center, "we think we are going to end up with 25,000 to 50,000 US homes with the imported toxic Chinese dry wall. We believe long term exposure to this product could create serious health problems. If you even think you smell sulphur or rotten eggs in a house built, or remodeled between 2005 and 2008, in Florida, New Orleans, the West Coast, the East Coast, anywhere, please call us immediately at 866-714-6466 or contact us via our web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com."
Americas Watchdog and its Homeowners Consumer Center are all about consumer protection and corporate responsibility.
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