Methamphetamine Testing

Why do you need your home tested for Methamphetamines?

  • Testing for methamphetamine requires professional training and lab testing.
  • A new home buyer may be moving into a house with hidden poisons, if the manufacturing of methamphetamine has occurred.
  • Short-term health effects include breathing difficulties, skin rashes, and eye irritations.
  • Long-term health effects can include chronic fatigue, diseases of the central nervous system, strokes, and cancer.
  • Many people live in former meth labs and do not know it.
  • Residue will remain on walls, floors, ceiling, in HVAC dust, etc., that will seriously affect a family’s heath.
  • A home that has been cleaned and the walls have been painted is still meth contaminated.
  • According to the National Institute on drug abuse over 12.3 million Americans age 12 and older have tried meth at least once.
  • Methamphetamine is commonly a homemade drug.
  • Clean up cost can vary greatly depending if someone has been using meth in the home or manufacturing it.
Total Quality Home Inspections Methamphetamine Testing Services

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We do Methamphetamine Testing in:

Logansport, Rochester, Monticello, Delphi, Lafayette, Culver

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