Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Zero's In On Toxic Chinese Drywall In Houston, Dallas & Ausin Metro Areas

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According to the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center, "its no longer a question of if toxic Chinese drywall is in Houston, Dallas or Austin, Texas; its now a question of how much. We think toxic Chinese drywall is in 1000's of homes in newer Texas subdivisions, and we want to hear from the homeowners who suspect they have it." Indicators include, failed AC coils, discolored copper, or silver, combined with upper respiratory issues, nose bleeds, headaches, and or rashes. Texas homeowners who suspect they have toxic Chinese drywall in their homes should call the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

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Texas homes with toxic Chinese drywall typically have had more than one air conditioning coil failure, the electrical receptacle copper ground wires have turned black, and many homeowners have experienced computer, DVD, refrigerator failures, microwave failures, all combined with medical issues.

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is warning homeowners in Texas about toxic Chinese drywall, in 1000's of new homes built since 2004, in the metro areas of Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, and other Texas cities. According to the group, "we have already found toxic Chinese drywall in subdivisions in Houston, & Austin, Texas, in substantial quantities, and we are convinced there is a lot more, in these, and other Texas subdivisions." What should Texas homeowners be on the look out with respect to having toxic Chinese drywall in their homes? According to the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center," Texas homes with toxic Chinese drywall typically have had more than one air conditioning coil failure, the electrical receptacle copper ground wires have turned black, and many homeowners have experienced computer, DVD, refrigerator failures, microwave failures, all combined with medical issues." The medical issue include upper respiratory problems, headaches, bleeding noses, rashes, and breathing issues. If a Texas homeowner has seen the AC coil failures, or blackened copper in combination with the health issues they should contact the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact the group vis their web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

So why hasn't the toxic Chinese drywall issue surfaced in Texas until now? According to the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center, "it was just a matter of time. Frequently homeowners in Texas sub divisions or condominiums don't talk about their health issues, or AC coil failures, nor do they talk about health issues, but that need to change." The group says, "no one would ever even question drywall, or the fact it was making them, or their families sick. Most people in Texas assumed the drywall in their house was made in the USA, not China, in homes built after 2004. Tragically, that was a mistake, & we need to identify the toxic Chinese victims Texas, to try to get them some help." For more information a Texas homeowner can call the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

The group says, "toxic Chinese drywall is the worst environment disaster in Texas, and US history, particularly for innocent homeowners, & their families."

According to the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center, in addition to AC coil failures, or copper discoloration, along with ongoing health issues, we frequently hear from homeowners; I leave the home for a week & I feel better, I come back & I am sick again." Texas homeowners in subdivisions, or condominiums built after 2004 are encouraged to share this press release with their co-workers, friends or neighbors. For more information Texas homeowners can contact the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

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