Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Expands Its Knauf Tainjin Drywall Investigation Into South & North Carolina

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The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is aggressively expanding its investigation of a specific type of imported Chinese drywall called Knauf Tianjin into South Carolina, North Carolina, along with the nearby states of Georgia, Alabama, Florida, and Louisiana. The group is saying, "Homeowners in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia mistakenly may not think they are effected by toxic Chinese drywall-they are, and we need to get them identified-especially if the home has a specific type of imported Chinese drywall called Knauf Tianjin." The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is saying, "Our biggest fear is that only 1 out of 30 Knauf Tianjin drywall homes have been identified by the Federal Court in New Orleans. If these homeowners do not get identified, they may be up the creek." For more information homeowners can call 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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If it says Knauf Tianjin, and or made in China-call us immediately at 866-714-6466

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is expanding its investigation related to a specific type of imported Chinese drywall called Knauf Tianjin into South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia. The group is urging homeowners in subdivisions built since 2001 in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Virginia, Southeast Texas, and Mississippi, to carefully check their attics, to see what is written on the back of the drywall. The group says, "If it says Knauf Tianjin, and or made in China-call us immediately at 866-714-6466," or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

Important Note From The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center: "The scariest thing about toxic Chinese drywall is it may only take a small amount-to make the entire home toxic in the US Southeast. Our big push on Knauf Tianjin relates to the fact that this company is at least accepting service for the New Orleans based national class action. Other Chinese manufacturers are not." For more information please contact the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

Symptoms of toxic Chinese drywall in homes in South Carolina, Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Virginia, or Southeast Texas include: repeated air conditioning coil failures, within two years of the home being built. In addition to air conditioning coil failures, toxic Chinese drywall in the US Southeast may cause appliance failures, light bulbs burning out prematurely, copper turning black, combined with all, or some of the family are experiencing seemingly never ending upper respiratory issues, nose bleeds, severe headaches, unexplained very unusual rashes, especially in the late spring, or summer. The time frame for toxic Chinese drywall in the US Southeast is 2001-to early 2009. The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is saying, "We think the worst effects of toxic Chinese drywall in the US Southeast occur in from mid April---mid October because of high heat combined with high thresholds of humidity." Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

Important Chinese Drywall Update: The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is saying, "intermixing US drywall with toxic Chinese drywall is a new dimension, in what we consider to be the worst environment disaster for US homeowners ever. Intermixing domestic made drywall with toxic Chinese drywall means the problem just got worse." The group says, "the time frames on intermixing US drywall products, with toxic Chinese drywall is 2001-early 2009. The types of real estate covered include residential, subdivisions, condominiums, commercial. The construction types include new construction, remodeling, and storm remediation."

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