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SOURCE: Americas Watchdog 5
The Homeowners Consumer Center has been attempting to get help for all homeowners stuck with toxic Chinese drywall in a home in Florida, Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Southeast Texas. The help being meaningful disaster relief from the Obama Administration, and or various federal agencies for nearly four years for US homeowners stuck in what the group has nicknamed toxic Chinese drywall hell. The Homeowners Consumer Center now considers their efforts to be a failure-with at least the Obama Administration. President Obama has failed to mention the toxic Chinese drywall disaster one time in public since taking office in January of 2009-the same month and year large quantities of toxic Chinese drywall were discovered in Florida. The Homeowners Consumer Center says, "Given the fact there is no such thing as an iron clad remediation protocol from the US EPA to fix, or repair a toxic Chinese drywall home-we are urging any type of home buyer, or investor to not purchase any type of residential property that contains toxic Chinese drywall in Florida, Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and or Southeast Texas-until the US EPA provides such a protocol. Why gamble on buying a toxic Chinese drywall home foreclosure-if the US Federal Government has failed to provide proof one of these homes can be repaired? Until proof from the feds is provided we think its too big of a gamble to buy one of these homes-especially if you value your health." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
(PRWEB) October 09, 2012
The Homeowners Consumer Center believes because toxic Chinese drywall was intermixed with US made drywall the potential number of impacted homes in Florida, Virginia, or US Gulf States exceeds 200,000. The time frames are 2004 until 2007. Large quantities of toxic Chinese drywall were discovered initially in Florida, and Virginia in January of 2009. Within six months large amounts of toxic Chinese drywall were also discovered in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Southeast Texas homes. According to the US Consumer Products Safety Commission toxic Chinese drywall emits hydrogen sulfide gases. The Homeowners Consumer Center says, "In a typical home in Florida-that contains toxic Chinese drywall, the copper air conditioning coils turn black, and begin to leak in about one year because of hydrogen sulfide being emitted by the toxic Chinese drywall. So what is toxic Chinese drywall doing to the health of the homeowners, and their children who live in one of these homes?" http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
For symptoms of toxic Chinese drywall in Florida, Virginia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, or Southeast Texas please visit the Homeowners Consumer Center's Chinese Drywall Complaint Center's web site at http://ChineseDrywallComplaintCenter.Com
The Homeowners Consumer Center says, "Without a federal stamp of approval with respect to an iron clad remediation protocol to repair a toxic Chinese drywall home from the US EPA, and or the Obama Administration, we think a home buyer, or real estate investor would be insane to purchase a home in Florida, Virginia, or Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, or Southeast Texas that contains toxic Chinese drywall. We are convinced this is especially true of condominiums, and or town home projects-because if the condo, or town home units are all attached-so called repaired units get ruined again by units not repaired via hydrogen sulfide gasses passing through the concrete block walls that separate units. Why buy a single family home, a condominium, or a town home in Florida, Virginia, or the Gulf States-that could pose an extremely serious health risk to you, your family, your children, or renters-with no federally approved remediation protocol to repair one of these homes? With no rules, or meaningful regulations from the Obama Administration, and or federal agencies we are urging all potential home buyers, or real estate investors to not buy a toxic Chinese drywall home, condo, or town home until the Obama Administration establishes some rules. Because of no leadership from the Feds the toxic Chinese drywall disaster in the US has turned into the Wild West with no one in charge." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
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