Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Offers All Gulf States Residents In 2005-2006 New Or Remodeled Homes, With Failed AC's- Self Inspection Advice For Knauf Tianjin Chinese

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The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is saying,"our number one issue right now is trying to get Chinese drywall 2005-2006 homeowners identified in Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and the Houston, and Austin Metro areas of Texas, especially if they have a specific type of toxic Chinese drywall Knauf Tianjin." They say, "Knauf Tianjin may be the only Chinese drywall manufacturer to settle with completely innocent US homeowners-now stuck in a poisonous home." They group has been saying, "only about 4000 have been identified so far, and because of intermixing toxic Chinese drywall called Knauf Tianjin-with US made drywall, we think the number should be closer to 120,000+homes, in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, and Southeast Texas." The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, "if a Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, or Southeast Texas homeowner is living in a new, or remodeled home, or in a phase of a subdivision built in 2004, to 2006, if they are on their second, or third AC coil, combined with-they are sick-it probably is toxic Chinese drywall, and it might be Knauf Tianjin Chinese drywall." The group says, "if you live in the extreme US Southeast, and you fear your home has toxic Chinese drywall please call us at 866-714-6466, and we will help walk you through a free self inspection process." Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

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tragically, the federal court in New Orleans has only identified about 4000 Knauf Tianjin Chinese drywall homes, which means there could be 100,000+ more out there in Florida, Alabama, Southeast Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, " toxic Chinese drywall is the absolute worst environmental disaster in US homeowner history. Houses that contain even a small about of toxic Chinese drywall in all likelihood need to be gutted, especially if they are located in US States like Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, or Southeast Texas." They say,"high heat, combined with high humidity appears to cause the worst effects for homeowners living in a US Southeast home, that contains toxic Chinese drywall. These toxic Chinese drywall symptoms include, AC coil failures, black electrical wires, black copper pipes, combined with upper respiratory issues, nose bleeds, and severe allergy type symptoms." The group says, "because most homes in these US Southeast States could have two, or three different drywall products, including Knauf Tianjin Chinese Drywall, and because more often than not-we see toxic Chinese drywall intermixed with US made drywall-we fear the actual number of homes with imported toxic Chinese drywall is in the 100,000's." For more information on how a homeowner in Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, or Southeast Texas can discover if they have toxic Chinese drywall please call the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

The group says, "tragically, the federal court in New Orleans has only identified about 4000 Knauf Tianjin Chinese drywall homes, which means there could be 100,000+ more out there in Florida, Alabama, Southeast Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi." The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says,"we fear Knauf Tianjin Chinese drywall, will be the only toxic Chinese drywall maker to settle with completely innocent US homeowners, who live in a 2005-2006 new, or remodeled home." They say,"for homeowners in subdivisions, or phases of subdivisions built in 2005-2006 in Florida, Southeast Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, or Mississippi, we will come & inspect the entire subdivision at no cost to the homeowners, if Knauf Tianjin has already been discovered." For more information please contact the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseComplaintCenter.com

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