Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Begins a New Initiative Correlating Health Effects With Neighbors Who Lived in Florida Chinese Drywall Subdivisions

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The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is beginning an initiative to establish health side effects with homeowners, their families, and their neighbors, who lived in a Florida subdivision, or condominium built in 2005, or 2006, that was later discovered to contain toxic Chinese drywall. Because homebuilders were intermixing what turned out to be toxic Chinese drywall, with U.S. made drywall in 2005 through 2006, and because toxic Chinese drywall appears to have been used in Florida since 2001, the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center estimates in Florida alone, there could be over 100,000 single family homes, or condominiums with toxic Chinese drywall. The group only wants to hear from homeowners, who have kept in touch with current, or former neighbors in Florida, who all lived in the same subdivision, or condominium project, and all suffered similar health issues, such as bloody noses, non stop severe upper respiratory issues, brain lesions, or cancers, that may have occurred to the homeowners, and their neighbors, again all in a Florida subdivision, or condominium, that was built in 2005, or 2006, that turned out to contain toxic Chinese drywall. Because, the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is not set up to take thousands of calls per day, the group is asking effected homeowners to contact them via an e-mail from the group's web site's contact page. http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

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If toxic Chinese drywall is corrosive enough to turn copper electrical wires, or air conditioning coils black, it can't be very good for a homeowners health, or as importantly the health of their children

After spending thousands of hours on the U.S. toxic Chinese drywall disaster, the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is launching a new initiative to try to start answering the question related to what are the long term health side effects for those living in a Florida home built in 2005, or 2006, that was later discovered to contain toxic Chinese drywall. Florida homes built in 2005, or 2006 subdivisions known to contain toxic Chinese drywall typically have had numerous air conditioning coil failures, electrical copper wires turn black, and frequently the air conditioning coils have been replaced, because of corrosive nature the home's toxic Chinese drywall. The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, "The obvious question is what are the long term health effects going to be for those living in a toxic Chinese drywall home, in a 2005, or 2006, Florida home, in a major subdivision, or condominium project? By marrying neighbors, who live, or lived in a Florida home, located in a major subdivision, or condominium, that has been discovered to contain toxic Chinese drywall, and the health issues experienced by the homeowner, their families, and their neighbors, we think we can begin to start answering these vital questions. If toxic Chinese drywall is corrosive enough to turn copper electrical wires, or air conditioning coils black, it can't be very good for a homeowners health, or as importantly the health of their children. We consider toxic Chinese drywall to be the worst environmental for homeowners in the United States ever." http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

So what does the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center need from homeowners for purposes of its health issues, related to 2005, and 2006 Florida homes, or condominiums known to contain toxic Chinese drywall?

  • The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center wants to hear from homeowners, who live, or lived in a Florida subdivision, or condominium built in 2005, or 2006, that was later discovered to contain toxic Chinese drywall, provided they have kept in touch with their neighbors, in order to get a grasp of common health related issues experienced by the homeowner, and their neighbors.
  • The types of medical conditions the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center wants to hear about include bloody noses, severe upper respiratory conditions, brain lesions, or cancers.
  • The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center's, Florida homeowners health initiative is not limited to homeowners still living in a Florida toxic Chinese drywall home, or condominium built in 2005, or 2006. The group also wants to hear from former Florida homeowners, who had to walk away from their home, or had their home foreclosed on by a bank, or loan serving company, because the home, or condominium contained toxic Chinese drywall.
  • Because of the volumes of contacts the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center expects, the group is asking Florida homeowners providing information, provide their detailed information via e-mail, on the groups contact page, on their web site. The group is also requesting that all homeowners who respond include their name, phone number, the name of their homebuilder, and the type of toxic Chinese drywall their home, or condominium contains-if known, along with the location of the home, or condominium. http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

Note from the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center, "As of October 30th 2011, President Obama has yet to mention the toxic Chinese drywall disaster one time in public, the U.S. EPA has yet to establish remediation guidelines for repairing a home, that contains toxic Chinese drywall, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control has done no formal health studies related to long term exposure issues, for homeowners, who are living in a toxic Chinese drywall home, and major U.S. banks, or Fannie Mae continue to resell toxic Chinese drywall foreclosures, with As Is, being the only disclosure? Something needs to change." http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

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