Methamphetamine (meth) exposure to a home or office will leave behind a host of chemicals in the walls, floors, carpeting and ceilings. This dangerous residue consists of mercury, lead, lithium and iodine and even meth itself. These are all highly poisonous substances to humans, especially young children and older adults. Exposure to the slightest amounts of these substances can result in damage to the central nervous system, liver and blood production. The health hazards from meth contamination exposure are innumerable.
If you suspect meth has been used in your home or office, you should have the property tested immediately. A home meth lab can cause a great deal of damage to a commercial or residential property. Detection can be difficult because residue from meth may be invisible. Having a property analyzed and assessed is imperative when exposure may have occurred.
In Arkansas as well as other states Meth clean-up must be done by a certified contractor with experience in the process of cleaning properties that have had exposure to meth. SEA is an industry leader in the process of cleaning properties that have been exposed to hazardous chemicals. They have successfully cleaned thousands of properties that have been exposed to meth.
There are many myths that can be dispelled about the detection of meth exposure.
“You can tell there is meth exposure by the smell.”
“Just smoking meth is not a problem.”
“High-end neighborhoods are safe.”
It is advisable to have your property tested when you suspect it has been exposed to meth chemicals. SEA can effectively handle the testing and the meth clean-up process to remedy air quality problems caused by meth. Below is a sampling of a typical meth clean-up process.
For more on SEA’s testing and clean-up process, please download our informational booklet here (PDF) or click the image to the right. In it you will learn the answers to the questions below, and many more!
If you suspect your home or office has been contaminated by meth, contact SEA Inc. You can contact us here, or you can call us 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 501-568-3111.