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Why?

When would you need your property to be tested?

  • Any suspicion or evidence of nefarious activities such as:​

    • A recovered stolen vehicle

    • Paraphernalia in the property (foils, pipes, straws, pens).

    • Unknown powders or crystals.

    • Odd chemical smell 

    • Unexplained health problems.

    • Red or yellow staining present

Methamphetamine residue can be left behind in various settings, including vehicles and houses, after the production, use, storage or distribution of the drug. This residue can pose serious health risks to individuals who come into contact with it, as well as impact the environment around it. Testing for methamphetamine residue is an important step in ensuring the safety and well-being of yourself and others.

When it comes to testing for methamphetamine residue in your vehicle or house, there are a few situations where it is highly recommended to do so.

Firstly, if you suspect that methamphetamine production or use has occurred on your property or in your vehicle, testing should be conducted immediately. Signs of methamphetamine production may include a strong chemical smell, unusual ventilation systems, and excessive trash or chemical waste. Signs of methamphetamine use may include drug paraphernalia, burnt items, and suspicious stains or residue on surfaces. If you have any reason to believe that methamphetamine has been produced or used in your property or vehicle, it is important to take action and conduct testing as soon as possible.

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If your vehicle has been stolen and recovered, we highly recommend hiring us to conduct methamphetamine residue testing and professional inspect the car for hazardous materials. Often times stolen vehicles are contaminated with Methamphetamine residue, other illicit drugs, paraphernalia, and or needles. 

If you are purchasing or renting a home or vehicle, it is highly recommended to conduct testing for methamphetamine residue before finalizing the deal. While many sellers and landlords may disclose any previous methamphetamine activity, it is not always the case. Testing can help to ensure that you are not unknowingly exposed to methamphetamine residue. Also to avoid the cost of mitigation being passed to you as the new owner as this can easily cost tens of thousands of dollars if not way more!

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Overall, testing for methamphetamine residue in your vehicle or house is an important step in ensuring the safety and well-being of yourself and others. If you suspect that methamphetamine activity has occurred on your property or in your vehicle, have had your vehicle stolen, are purchasing or renting a new property or vehicle, or are experiencing unexplained health issues, testing should be conducted as soon as possible.

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