Americas Watchdog Discovers Possibly Toxic Chinese Dry Wall In New Orleans

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Americas Watchdog & its Homeowners Consumer Center are leading a national investigation into potentially toxic Chinese dry wall used in new home, condominium, town home & some commercial developments since 2001. The potentially toxic Chinese dry wall has been associated with health issues, air conditioning coil & electrical corrosion in homes remodeled after Hurricane Katrina. According to the group, "We have now heard from homeowners in New Orleans, and we are positive we will find hundreds, if not thousands more in In Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard and other Parishes in Southeast Louisiana. If a homeowner in Louisiana and has had a sulfur, or rotten egg smell, and has also had air conditioning coil corrosion, and or failures, or health issues, after their home was dry walled, after Katrina, they should call us right away at 866-714-6466." To contact the group via their web site go to http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com

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We think this will turn out to be the worst product liability and environmental disaster faced by U.S. homeowners ever. As we talk to people, it's so amazing, it's almost like they never could have guessed that the potentially toxic Chinese dry wall could have caused so many maintenance problems, and serious health issues in their homes, or condominiums.

Americas Watchdog's Homeowners Consumer Center is leading a national investigation into what could be toxic imported Chinese dry wall that began showing up in the United States in 2001. Aside from Florida, and the eastern half of the U.S., the group has now found the imported Chinese dry wall in New Orleans & Southeast Louisiana.

According to the group, "we were based in New Orleans before, during and after Hurricane Katrina, and we think we will find the Chinese dry wall all over Orleans, Jefferson & Saint Bernard Parishes. If you are a homeowner in Southeast Louisiana, and you have had the symptoms associated with the potentially toxic Chinese dry wall, you can call the Homeowners Consumer Center anytime at 866-714-6466 or contact the group via their web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.

What are the symptoms of the Chinese dry wall?

  • There may be a rotten egg or sulphur type smell in the home or condominium.
  • Homeowners, building owners, or occupants in most cases will have seen continuous failures of their air conditioning coils, or HVAC units beyond anything normal.
  • Homeowners, building owners, or occupants may have noticed corroded electrical wiring in their walls, in properties built, or remodeled since 2001.
  • Homeowners, building owners or occupants may have experienced mild to severe upper respiratory problems, nose bleeds, headaches or other potentially serious medical conditions.
  • Oven, or stove elements, or refrigerator coils may have failed in the homes, or condominiums a number of times.

If a homeowners, a building owner or occupant of a home, a condominium, a town home, office, retail or commercial property has had or seen any of these symptoms, they should contact the Homeowners Consumer Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact them via their web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com.

  • The Homeowners Consumer Center fears the Chinese dry wall was used in the post Hurricane Katrina metro area's of New Orleans, and the group wants to hear from any and or all Louisiana or Texas residents that think this product is in their home or condominium.

According to the Homeowners Consumer Center, "We think this will turn out to be the worst product liability and environmental disaster faced by U.S. homeowners ever. As we talk to people, it's so amazing, it's almost like they never could have guessed that the potentially toxic Chinese dry wall could have caused so many maintenance problems, and serious health issues in their homes, or condominiums."

If a homeowner in any state has any of the symptoms associated with the potentially toxic Chinese dry wall please call the Homeowners Consumer Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.com

The Homeowners Consumer Center is all about Homeowner protection and corporate responsibility.

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THOMAS MARTIN