Buying a property is one of the biggest investments that a person or family can make.
Many people are unaware of the issues and costs associated with the purchase of a property affected with methamphetamine contamination.
This can lead to a great deal of stress and costs associated with meth decontamination of the property.
In most cases, it will not be covered by insurance.
This means you will need to pay out of pocket.
There has also been an increase in tenants that are requesting methamphetamine screening tests for homes that they plan to move into.
The rate of methamphetamine contamination in properties is on the rise.
Meth contamination levels often exceed the Australian Government Clandestine Drug Laboratory Remediation Guidelines 2011 of 0.5ug/100cm2.
Contact us today for a professional methamphetamine testing and screening of your home or property.