Home Inspections for Meth

Methamphetamine manufacturing is, unfortunately, a common occurrence. Methamphetamine manufacturing sites, also known as “meth labs,” can be found in numerous situations, such as when you purchase a new home or rent to tenant who starts a lab. Contamination from the chemicals used to make the meth can carry a high risk of causing illness (sometimes even neurological damage). These circumstances require a comprehensive cleanup service to avoid remediation costs.

Signs of a Former Meth House

  • Red or yellow stains on carpets, floors, and counters
  • Iodine stains found on walls
  • Windows that have been blocked out
  • Burns on surfaces
  • Empty cylinders
  • Empty jars
  • Corroded canisters
  • Ephedrine blister packs
  • Tubes
  • Rock salt
  • Hydrochloric acid or ammonia
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Batteries
  • Coffee filters containing a reddish stain
  • The strong smell of cat urine, vinegar or ammonia

It is recommended that you have a full inspection before making an offer on a home. This inspection should specifically test for meth and other chemical contamination. The technicians at Bio Management Northwest are qualified to clear homes and perform inspections for contamination by meth or other chemicals.