Meth Lab Clean Up & Decontamination
We specialize in meth lab decontamination, with full-time employees who only work in this area. With the growing meth epidemic – especially in our service area – proper decontamination is more essential than ever.
Maybe you know your property has been through a meth lab bust, but you don’t see any residue, and you haven’t noticed any effects. You may think this means you’re safe. You don’t have to pay for decontamination, and you can just move on.
Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case.
Methamphetamine residue is an invisible vapor that clings to every surface in a home – from the windows to the walls to the floors. It seeps into soft surfaces – carpets and furnishings. You can’t paint over it, and you can’t clean it up with consumer-grade antibacterial cleaners.
Though you may not think meth is a problem in your property, extended exposure to even low levels of methamphetamine residue can cause serious health problems. Whether it’s your own home that may be contaminated or a rental property, decontamination brings you peace of mind.
As meth becomes a bigger problem around the nation, many states have increasingly strict meth lab decontamination rules. In states like Indiana, properties involved in a meth lab bust must be decontaminated within a short time frame. Fail to decontaminate, and your property will wind up on the state’s clandestine meth lab list for all the world to see.
Though not all states have these rules, it can be difficult to manage your local, county, and state regulations for meth lab decontamination. That’s why it pays to bring in the professionals. BIO-Hazard Cleaning has worked with local Health and Police Departments for over 7 years. We know how to ensure that your property meets all necessary regulations throughout the decontamination process.
When you find yourself in need of meth lab decontamination, call our 24-hour emergency service.