300 Homes to Be Repaired in Settlement with Chinese Drywall Firm

October 14, 2010

  • October 14, 2010 at 2:20 am
    What's in a name says:
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    Should that be “SNAFU” Plasterboard????

  • October 15, 2010 at 9:11 am
    Michael says:
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    This all sounds great … but what specific corrective Protocol are we talking about ???
    Sounds good to reference Judge Fallons guidelines …
    How many houses actually have 95% Knauf Brand ???
    Based on 600 plus analysis to-date … not very many …
    Now how and who determines percentage ???
    Remember … labeling is on back side of boards ???
    Please understand, numerous “grey” areas need to be clarified in detail before signing or accepting the “Knauf” Repair Protocol …
    Example …
    What treatment method will be employed / applied to neutralize the residual effects or materials that have absorbed the “vapors” or “out-gassing” ???
    What guarantee actually covers the work performed ???
    Who will perform the work ??? How is mold / mildew handled when un-covered ??? What type “clearance test” is performed and by whom ??? (This needs to be an Independent Third Party)
    Who test new drywall prior to new installation ???
    How is that drywall tested ???
    Starting to understand my concerns ??? Please review these and other questions on my web-site … http://www.ForemanandAssociates.com
    If you do not hire my firm (Consumer Advocates), please hire another Professional with Specific Tainted Corrosive Drywall Construction Knowledge …
    Call with any questions …
    Michael S. Foreman

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