St. Louis Meth Testing for Homes and Businesses

Unless you're building a new home or purchasing the one you grew up in, it is impossible to know what took place inside a house before it became yours.

You want to start making memories in a home that is safe and environmentally sound. Home inspectors will check for mold and visible asbestos containing products, but what happens if previous residents were doing something dangerous?

Methamphetamine might be a significant source of contamination in your home or business. This can occur from both usage or more likely, manufacturing. In 2020, over 3 million Americans used meth, and 30,000 died from overdoses. While law enforcement efforts have drastically reduced the number of meth production facilities, they are still prevalent, especially in rural areas. If you have even the slightest concern this might be present, you should call St. John Environmental Consulting to test for the presence of methamphetamine in your structure to put your mind at ease.

million Americans used meth in 2020
died from overdoses

While the entertainment industry likes to portray meth production out of recreational vehicles or mobile homes, most labs in the United States are located in single family residences. Meth residue is odorless and does not have any visual signs of its presence. This residue has a long half-life of up to 250 years. Even if it took place in the building decades ago, you still might be at risk.

Unfortunately, general cleaning does not abate the presence of meth. Even newly remodeled units with new paint and new HVAC system can test positive for the presence of meth. Protect yourself and protect your asset with an inspection for the presence of methamphetamine in your home or business.

St. John Environmental Consulting will conduct a risk assessment and thorough St. Louis meth testing in accessible areas of your home or business and advise you on the proper cleaning or remediation methods to get you moved in safely. You deserve to have a place to live or work that is free of environmental dangers such as meth, mold, asbestos or lead. For your business or your home and whether you rent or own, St. John Environmental Consulting has been assisting area home and business owners with St. Louis meth testing for over two decades. We are ready to help you.

Get the peace of mind you need by calling St. John Environmental Consulting

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