Chinese Drywall Inspector in Montgomery, AL, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Louisiana – Envirotek

Just last week we received an email from Larry of Enviro Tek in Alabama [(334) 617-6447] asking if we could get him found for his inspection services in for Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Georgia, and Mississippi.  Well first, we are thrilled that he is doing so well with our services and wants to expand his Internet Marketing with us.  Enviro Tek is found on the first page for mold inspector, mold inspections, mold remediation, and more. Larry says he gets 5 calls a day from prospective customers, which is great!  At eLocal, we focus on Local Internet Marketing, where we connect local businesses with local consumers and we do it well!

Marcus and I called Larry to find out how we could help him and he told us about a problem with Chinese Drywall.  Marcus and I looked at each other and shrugged, Chinese drywall, what is Chinese drywall and what kind of problems could it be causing?   And what does Chinese drywall have to do with Larry’s mold inspection and mold remediation business and why was Larry so interested in being found for it in those particular states.  What does anyone do when they want to find out information, they “Google It”.

According to the Associated Press and in an article from more than 500 million pounds of possible defective Chinese drywall was imported in to the U.S.   This Chinese drywall not only emits sulfur fumes that produce a “rotten egg” odor, but also cause metals, such as faucets and air conditioning coils to corrode.  While I read a number of articles with differing views, it has been reported that these fumes can be associated with respiratory and sinus problems.  In some cases, so severe that families have had to move and some builders have begun gutting and replacing drywall in these buildings.  In a few articles I read that many of the compounds in this Chinese drywall were both potentially toxic and in a liquid form, flammable!  EEK!

But why Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Louisiana Larry?

Larry explained and my “Googling” found that the recent hurricane activity in these areas pushed the demand past the supply and builders and suppliers were forced to find manufacturers outside of the U.S.   As a result they turned to Chinese drywall.  Larry also explained that Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Louisiana, not only were ravaged by weather, but the climate encourages the emission of these sulfur fumes.

Larry explained that he had the equipment to check for air quality and a process that can treat the drywall without having to go through the expense of gutting.    I will “google” this next, but in the mean time, I will just do an eLocal Shout Out to Larry from his friends at eLocal Listing … if you are looking for a mold inspector in Montgomery, AL or help with Chinese drywall problems, please give him a call.

Envirotek LLC

(334) 617-6447

135 South Union Street

Montgomery , AL 36130

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3 Responses

  1. Joshua November 23, 2009 at 11:48 pm #

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission has finally linked Chinese drywall to metal corrosion in homes with it installed. This will just be the first of many problems associated with this toxic import.A deadline to file a lawsuit against one of the manufacturers is next week. If you’ve been affected by this product, please don’t go without reading:

  2. Carol November 24, 2009 at 6:06 am #

    Thanks Joshua .. When doing a bit of personal research on it, it certainly sound frightening. American consumers trust that the products that are sold in to our economy are safe. It certainly makes you wonder. But thanks again for the post, Larry from Envirotek seems to be a good guy with a genunine interest in helping others! Thanks again – have a safe holiday season.

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