Buying a home is one of the most crucial decisions an individual makes. You will need to get appraisals, home inspections, surveys, insurance, and so on, all in the interest of protecting your investment. Don’t forget to have your home tested for previous drug labs, processing, and usage! Toxic chemicals from illicit street drugs can make your family sick and your wallet cringe with cleanup costs starting at about $10,000. In the United States, only 1 in 10 drug labs are ever discovered, leaving future buyers at risk. Don’t judge a book by its cover! Oftentimes, drug dealers and producers use homes in suburban and high-end areas to avoid suspicion of illegal activity.
Drug residues our labs look for with EVERY test
What is involved in this testing?
How Long Does it Take?
Doesn’t an industrial hygienist have to perform this kind of test?
Who is interpreting the results?
When should I consider getting this test done?
- Bank-owned homes
- Any home where the history is unknown or has had many tenants