The Chinese Drywall Center is saying, "there is no independence day for homeowners in Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Virginia, Alabama, Georgia and numerous other states whose homes contain toxic Chinese drywall. It's just another day of agony, where the homeowner and their family is living in a home that could be toxic enough to eventually kill them." The group is now saying, "we are almost exclusively focused on Texas, where we expect to find tens of thousands of homes with imported toxic Chinese drywall. We want to hear from homeowners in Texas who have had AC coil issues, combined with severe health issues." Texas homeowners who suspect they might have toxic Chinese drywall in their homes should contact the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com.
(PRWEB) June 29, 2009 -- The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is rapidly expanding its investigation of toxic Chinese drywall in Houston, Austin, Dallas and other Texas metropolitan areas. According to the group, "we have already found it in sub divisions in Houston and Austin, and we now are looking at Dallas, San Antonio, El Paso and other Texas metro areas." Texas homeowners in sub divisions built since 2003 that have experienced numerous AC coil failures, combined with severe health side affects should call the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com.
The group says, "toxic Chinese drywall has already been found in what could be more than 150,000+ homes, followed by the Gulf States of Louisiana and Mississippi where there could be an additional 30,000 homes, and that's just three states."
So what are the symptoms of toxic Chinese drywall? According to the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center, "as far as new homes in Texas, we think toxic Chinese drywall was first introduced in 2003 or 2004. The peak years were 2005-2007." The group adds, "we are also very nervous about Texas homes damaged by Hurricanes Rita, Ike or Gustav. If New Orleans is any guide, many of the homes in Texas repaired because of storm damage may have involved toxic Chinese drywall. This includes Port Arthur, Galveston, Houston and Beaumont, Texas. If you are a homeowner who lives in a new or remodeled home in Texas, built or remodeled home since 2003, and you have medical issues, combined with air conditioning coil failures, discolored copper, electrical issues, etc, you should call the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChinesedrywallComplaintCenter.Com."
Where is the change President Obama? According to Politico, under the "agenda" portion of the site regarding Katrina, it reads: "President Obama will keep the broken promises made by President Bush to rebuild New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. He and Vice President Biden will take steps to ensure that the federal government will never again allow such catastrophic failures in emergency planning and response to occur." According to the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center, "we put the White House phone number of our web site, and White House operators have been told to tell completely innocent victims of toxic Chinese drywall to call their Congressperson. President Obama we need your help. Toxic Chinese drywall in US homes is about 4 times worse than Hurricane Katrina, to mention nothing of the fact that exposure could ultimately kill those who live in these homes, and you and your administration have done little to nothing to help these 100,000's of innocent victims." The group says, "toxic Chinese drywall is the absolute worst environmental disaster in US history, and the EPA's testing two houses in Florida is joke."
Texas homeowners who suspect they have toxic Chinese drywall in their homes should contact the Chinese Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com.
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