METH LAB VS. LANDLORDS

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Methamphetamine abuse is a growing problem in the United States. Feeding the addictions Meth lab cooks set shop in homes to disguise their operations. They blend into society while exposing others to their toxic chemicals. 

Materials such as furniture, insulation, and drywall absorb;

Solvents, Anhydrous Ammonia, Hydrochloric acid, Iodine, Red Phosphorus, Lithium, Acetone, Sulfuric acid, and many metals. 

It is hazardous to breathe vapors from these chemicals. 

According to an Australian news feed down below is evidence users can contaminate homes. Children tested positive for meth in their systems. Levels so high! They appeared meth users. After a cooking site abandoned or transferred operation to another home.  The landlord remodels the home for rent or sale. The epidemic got so bad in Indianapolis, Indiana Fox 59 news lists on their website former meth homes. Therefore, exposing potential contaminated houses.   

At a costly expense, remediation can restore the home. Most of the time these homes ineffectively cleaned. Your home contains chemicals lurking inside the wall. Vapors releasing slow throughout the home, endangering an entire family and pets. Homebuyers should guard themselves against this type of transaction. 

IAQ Environmental located in Rosenberg, TX can administer testing for air, surface, inside the wall sampling and a protocol to remediate. Our meth home test service locations for the Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Dallas and surrounding Texas areas. Give us a call at 832-455-0550 for a free no-obligation over the phone estimate.

WHAT DOES A METH LAB HOUSE SMELL LIKE?

  • Vinegar
  • Ammonia
  • Window Cleaner
  • Powerful Chemicals
  • Paint

WHAT DOES A METH USER HOUSE SMELL LIKE?

  • Acetone
  • Sweet Smelling
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