a Chinese building product that will turn a home's electrical wires black, turn a copper air conditioning coil black, and then corrode it-to the point of failure. How good does this sound for the health of a child living in one of these homes?
(PRWEB) April 03, 2012
The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is one of the leading advocates for innocent homeowners, and now renters stuck in a toxic Chinese drywall home, condominium, or townhouse in Florida, and the US Southeast. The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, "On March 30th, 2012 a distraught mother called us about toxic Chinese drywall, and the fact that a cable TV technician had just informed her that her rental townhouse contained toxic Chinese drywall. All of electrical wires had turned black. The mother, and her children are from New Hampshire, they moved into the Florida rental in November of 2011, and they have been sick since moving in. This woman and her children were from New Hampshire, she had never heard of toxic Chinese drywall before, and her rental agreement only contained vague language about quote, defective drywall. Does any city council member, mayor, county commissioner, governor, congressman, or US Senator in Florida have a problem with any of this? President Obama has yet to publicly mention toxic Chinese drywall one time in public since taking office? In the instance of Florida multiply this mother, and her two children by tens of thousands, and then perhaps you can then understand why we are so alarmed, and why being a no-show is not an option anymore; especially for a sitting US President, or any elected leader in Florida, or any other state cursed with this toxic building product from China." http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com
The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, "The following rules, and or regulations are desperately needed for consumer, renter and home buyer protection in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Southeast Texas, and Virginia:
- "According to the US Consumer Products Safety Commission's web site toxic Chinese contains hydrogen sulfide. Please Google Hydrogen Sulfide. If it is a federal, or state crime to remove asbestos without a state, or federal permit, how is it legal for contractors to remove toxic Chinese drywall from a Florida, or Gulf State's home, that contains hydrogen sulfide without the workers even wearing masks, or without the city, or county requiring a permit? The US EPA needs to immediately establish a uniform protocol to remediate a toxic Chinese drywall home, or condominium in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and Virginia."
- "At the present time there is no valid disclosure requirement for banks selling a toxic Chinese drywall foreclosure in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, or Virginia. Further, there is no stringent requirement that would force a seller, or a landlord to disclose the existence of toxic Chinese drywall in a home, condominium, or townhouse. A seller, or a real estate agent has to disclose lead paint, and not toxic Chinese drywall? This needs to change, and the change needs to occur immediately."
- "Because toxic Chinese drywall has touched so many thousands of lives in Florida, and the US Southeast, the US EPA, and the US Centers for Disease Control need to initiate immediate studies aimed at determining if a toxic Chinese drywall home is even safe enough to live in? Once again, if toxic Chinese drywall will turn copper electrical wires black, in six months or less, and or degrade a copper air conditioning coil within a year. What is this toxic Chinese drywall import doing to the health of US homeowners, renters and their families?"
The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center says, "Where is the change you can believe in, if you are a mother living with her children in a Florida home, that contains toxic Chinese drywall? No real disclosure laws for toxic Chinese drywall? At what point does the federal government show up, for the victims of the toxic Chinese drywall disaster? We are talking about a US Disaster, and US citizens in the biggest mess of their lives." http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com