Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Fears Only A Fraction Of Knauf Chinese Drywall Homes Have Been Identified

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The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center fears in Florida alone, only 1 out of 40, to 1 out of 50 homeowners with a specific type of Chinese drywall called Knauf have been identified. In states like Louisiana, Alabama, and especially Southeast Texas (Houston-Austin) the numbers might be much, much worse. The group is saying, "if you are a homeowner with toxic Chinese drywall, Knauf may be the only game in town-because we think the manufacturers of Knauf Chinese made drywall may be the only defendant that pays for a homeowner to have their home restored. This makes it critical to identify Knauf Chinese drywall in homes in the US Southeast." For more information please 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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we are about to run out of time in identifying homeowners in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Southeast Texas with a specific type of Chinese drywall called Knauf-and we need to find out who you are--now!

While the nation is now fixated on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico-with basically no attention being given to the toxic Chinese drywall disaster-the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is urging all homeowners living with toxic Chinese drywall to get identified now-especially, if they have a specific type of toxic Chinese made drywall called Knauf. The group is saying, "we are about to run out of time in identifying homeowners in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Southeast Texas with a specific type of Chinese drywall called Knauf-and we need to find out who you are--now!" The group says, "given the fact that the manufacturers of Knauf Chinese drywall may be willing & able to pay for the costs of restoring these homes--its critical to get applicable homeowners identified. Especially for owners in Orlando, all of the northern Florida, all of Alabama, all of Louisiana, and all of Southeast Texas." Homeowners stuck with, or fearing they are stuck with toxic Chinese drywall can call the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

Symptoms of toxic Chinese drywall in homes in Louisiana, North Florida, Central Florida, South Florida, South Carolina, Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, 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.” For more information please contact the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is also saying, "aside from the New Orleans & Baton Rouge metro areas, we are super worried about Knauf Chinese drywall in major subdivisions in Orlando, Saint Augustine, Port Saint Lucie, Daytona Beach, and the entire pan handle of Florida, along with the entire State of Alabama, and the Houston & Austin, Texas Metro areas." 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

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