we lived in New Orleans before, during and after Hurricane Katrina, and we know there was an acute shortage of dry wall. We fear this Chinese dry wall is all over Orleans, Jefferson and Saint Bernard Parishes, along with other Parishes in Louisiana.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 17, 2009
Americas Watchdog, and its Homeowners Consumer Center are leading what started as a Florida investigation, of what could be toxic imported Chinese dry wall. The homeowners Consumer Center's imported Chinese drywall investigation is now a national investigation, focused on every region, and state in the US. According to the group, "the potentially toxic Chinese dry wall started to be shipped to the US in 2004, and is still being shipped to the US. This dry wall used in new home construction or remodeling emits a rotten egg or sulphur type smell. This dry wall could cause severe damage to a home, and much more importantly, exposure to this imported Chinese dry wall could create severe health risks, or consequences for anyone living in the house, or condominium." If a homeowner in Florida, or any other state has a home that was built, or remodeled between 2004 & 2008, that has a sulphur or rotten egg type smell, they should call the Homeowners Consumer Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact them via their web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com.
How Can You Tell If Your Home Or Condominium Might Have The Imported Chinese Dry Wall In It?
- Your home or condominium may have a sulphur, or rotten egg type smell, especially when the windows, and doors are all closed, and the water is not running.
* Since moving into the house, a homeowner or their family may have experienced symptoms of severe allergies, nose bleeds, or upper respiratory problems. If the homeowner leaves the home for an extended period of time, these symptoms may disappear.
* The home or condominium air conditioning unit may have suffered repeated corrosion of its coils.
* Aside from Florida, and every other US State, the Homeowners Consumer Center is especially worried about residents of New Orleans and all Louisiana cities, or towns. According to the group,"we lived in New Orleans before, during and after Hurricane Katrina, and we know there was an acute shortage of dry wall. We fear this Chinese dry wall is all over Orleans, Jefferson and Saint Bernard Parishes, along with other Parishes in Louisiana."
Special Note To Construction Project Managers or Building Supply Managers: "If you know where the imported Chinese dry wall was installed, or who purchased it we want to hear from you. This seriously may be a life or death situation, for the occupants of these homes, or condominiums."
To all US homeowners, or friends/relatives of US homeowners who purchased a new home, or remodeled a home involving the installation of new dry wall, please e-mail this press release to your friends, relatives or neighbors, if their home was built, or remodeled between 2004 & 2008. "If their home or condominium has a rotten egg or sulphur type smell please have them call the Homeowners Consumer Center immediately at 866-714-6466 or contact them via their web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
According to the Homeowners Consumer Center, "we think we are looking at the worst case of sick houses in US history. Media inquiries are strongly encouraged. Members of the news media or homeowners are encouraged to call the group anytime at 866-714-6466.
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