Texas Real Estate Agents now have 43 trained and certified TREC Home Inspectors, knowledgeable and ready to answer their questions, concerning structures potentially infected, constructed, or renovated from as early as 2000 and as late as 2009 with Tainted Corrosive Chinese Drywall.
Texas TREC Home Inspectors attended Foreman and Associates / RETS Arlington and San Marcos two day TREC Certified Seminars and passed their written exam, confirming and validating their knowledge and expertise required to analyze, diagnose, and confirm the presence of Tainted Corrosive Chinese Drywall in all types of structures, both Residential and Commercial.
Texas Port Authority records, manifest, and importation documentation confirm over 19,908,000 pounds of Tainted Corrosive Drywall (TCDW) or Chinese Drywall (CDW) entered the Texas building material supply system during the housing boom years.
Contractors and suppliers unknowingly bought, sold, and / or installed the tainted corrosive drywall material in houses, condominiums, duplexes, commercial properties or structures during the housing BOOM YEARS (2003 - 2007).
Do not be fooled by Home Inspectors promoting XRF technology or testing drywall samples to confirm and validate the presence or installation of Tainted Corrosive Drywall / Chinese Drywall (TCDW / CDW).
NDE Analysis or Inspection confirms and validates the presence and installation of TCDW / CDW by the most "cost effective" means and method ... PERIOD !!!
NDE (Non-Destructive Examination or Evaluation).
Prior to a standard Home Inspection per numerous lender guidelines, and Real Estate Agents recommendations ... "Drywall Inspections"
Approved TREC Home Inspectors, certified by Foreman and Associates to perform NDE Analysis / Inspections can be found (after March 8th) on ...
For more information concerning future Tainted Corrosive Chinese Drywall Seminars, Abatement and Treatment Seminars, and numerous other TREC Certified Seminars / Classes, please contact Brian or Brenda Murphy with RETS ...
Looking forward to certifying YOU at our next Seminar.
Michael S. Foreman
Foreman and Associates, Inc.
Forensic Construction Consultants