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America's Watchdog Tells Home Owners Not to Accept Quick Fix For Toxic Chinese Drywall

In December of 2008, Americas Watchdog discovered that toxic Chinese drywall had been used in sub divisions and condominiums in Florida. Since that time the Homeowners Consumer Center was the first to discover the toxic Chinese drywall is in nearly all US States, and Canada, and the group was the first to come up with a list of indicters for homeowners, to assist them in determining if they might have this gypsum board building product in their home.

Now the group is warning about homebuilder quick fixes, that may not fix the problem, in Florida, or Virginia subdivisions, or condominium projects, until there is science to prove re-dry-walling a home, town home, or condominium will actually fix the problem. According to the Homeowners Consumer Center, "if the toxic gasses emitted by the Chinese drywall has penetrated the wood studs, plywood, trusses & furniture of the home; a re-drywall, may not be enough to make the house safe. If you live in a subdivision, or condominium project, and the homebuilder has made you the re-drywall offer, call us first before you accept any offer."

Homeowners, or the news media wishing more information can call the Homeowners Consumer Center anytime at 866-714-6466 or contact them via their web site at Http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com

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