Homeowners Consumer Center Warns All East Coast Storm Victim Homeowners To Beware Of Toxic Chinese Drywall-Buy U.S. Made Drywall Only At Home Depot-Lowes

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The Homeowners Consumer Center is warning all US East Coast homeowners, who have sustained damage to their homes, as a result what would seem like a barrage of either hurricanes, tropical storms, or just lots of wind, and rain storms to be super picky about selecting drywall in repairing their homes. The group fears there could be left over stockpiles of imported toxic Chinese drywall, that could easily be shipped to the Northeast, and they are extremely worried about what they refer to as blank drywall. The Homeowners Consumer Center assumes blank drywall, or better put, drywall with no ASTM number on the back, or manufacturers information printed on the back of the drywall is of Chinese origin, and they consider it to be toxic. The group says, "We are greatly concerned that opportunists will see a chance to make a quick buck at a homeowners expense, and we are urging all East Coast homeowners with damaged drywall to only buy USG, National, or other brand name U.S. made drywall, and our preference is you buy it at Home Depot, or Lowes. Do not buy drywall off the back of a truck driving up, and down your street. Toxic Chinese drywall will destroy your home." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

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We are greatly concerned that opportunists will see a chance to make a quick buck at a homeowners expense, and we are urging all East Coast homeowners with damaged drywall to only buy USG, National, or other brand name U.S. made drywall

The Homeowners Consumer Center is one of the premier homeowner advocates in the United States, and the group is urging all US Northeast homeowners, who need to make drywall repairs to their storm damaged homes to be on the lookout for toxic Chinese drywall, or blank drywall, that has no markings on the back, that indicates who made it, country of origin, etc. The group says, "We have 200,000 to 300,000 homes in the extreme US Southeast, or Gulf States, that contain toxic Chinese drywall, or blank drywall, that has no markings on it, that we assume came from China. Toxic Chinese drywall, or blank drywall, that we assume was imported from China is so toxic, just a small amount will basically destroy your home. If you are dealing with a damaged, or partially destroyed home from North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, all the way up to Vermont, we are begging homeowners to not get tricked into buying bargain basement priced drywall, that was not made in the USA, or that has no markings on it at all. In this instance, not buying USG, National, or other well known domestic U.S. drywall makers product could be the biggest mistake of your life. Cheap drywall made in China is not a good deal, if it destroys your home." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

The Homeowners Consumer Center is also urging any U.S. East Coast homeowner with a damaged home from the hurricane, tropical storm, or non-stop rain-wind events to make sure they know exactly what type of drywall your contractor is using for your home repair. Again, the group says, "If it does not say USG, National, or any other well known U.S. brand tell the contractor to get it out of your house. In addition, as an extra dose of protection, make certain you force the contractor to provide receipts, as to where the drywall was purchased. If the contractor will not provide you with a receipt-or if the drywall is not a well known U.S. drywall maker-get another contractor." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

For more information about toxic Chinese drywall please visit the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

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