Testing is the only way to know for sure if you have a problem. Just because someone used drugs in your home does not mean it is contaminated. Many customers are pleased to find out that there is no meth cleanup needed after test results are back in.
Testing for homes is quickly becoming a new standard throughout the US. Many buyers agents are now requiring testing of homes as a condition of the sale. Unless the buyer is purchasing the home from a family member, how can the be assured that dangerous chemical and drug residues are not present in the home. The best way to be sure is to test. Study after study are showing children are the most susceptible to health issues and danger from homes contaminated by a prior tenant or resident. Many times it could be from a teenagers old room in the home where no one else in the home may even have known what was going on or being cooked in there. Now a new family moves in and the new child who gets that room is now in a very potentially dangerous environment being affected by the contaminants and residues left behind. Meth does not break down over time as many other things do. This is one of the biggest concerns as it does not go away on it's own. it stays in the paint, on the walls and in the flooring being absorbed and breathed in by the occupants little by little. This is why testing a home you are buying make so much sense.
We often answer questions from insurance and real estate agents about testing and what to look for. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
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