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Chinese Drywall Complaint Center Expands Their Investigation into Toxic Chinese Drywall

The Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is dramatically expanding their investigation of toxic Chinese drywall in Texas. The communities involved in this expanded investigation include Houston, Austin, Dallas & Fort Worth. According to the group, "for many Texas homeowners, who live in a new or remodeled home; built, or remodeled after 2003, toxic Chinese drywall may explain why you have medical issues, like upper respiratory problem, headaches, or nose bleeds, & your home is on its second, or third air conditioning unit."

Other symptoms include rashes, electrical device failure, microwave failures, TV, or computer problems, silver that turns black, etc. The group says, "another indicator is that a Texas homeowner leaves their home for a few days, and they feel better. They return home and they are sick again." If a homeowner living in a new or remodeled home, built, or remodeled after 2003 has these symptoms they should call the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at Http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com

What are the peak years for toxic Chinese drywall being used in new or remodeled home in Houston, Austin, Dallas and other cities in Texas? 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, & 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

Note determining if you have potentially toxic Chinese drywall in your home may be as simple as going to your attic & carefully lifting up the insulation to see if the back of the drywall is stamped China, or made in China. According to CNN, Knauf also imported, what may be toxic Chinese drywall into the United States. If a homeowner in Texas, or any other state discovers made in China, China, or Knauf on the back of their drywall they should contact the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center immediately at 866-714-6466, or contact them at their web site at Http://ChinesedrywallComplaintCenter.Com

Other States where toxic Chinese drywall has been discovered: Florida, Georgia, Louisiana. Virginia, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Washington, Wyoming, Oregon, California, The Carolina's, Connecticut, Nevada, Kentucky, Arizona, Iowa.

If you have a friend, or loved one in Texas, who complains about health issues; combined with air conditioning coil failures, copper discoloration, silver discoloration, or electrical issues, please share this press release with them, and have then call the Chinese Drywall Complaint Center at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://ChinesedrywallComplaintCenter.Com

Americas Watchdog's Chinese Drywall Complaint Center is devoted to getting substantial help for innocent homeowners & their families, who live in a home with toxic Chinese drywall. This includes Congressional disaster relief.

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