Methamphetamine Property Inspection
Understanding if your Dwelling Has Had Meth Activity
A residential dwelling or other structure containing a Methamphetamine lab or activities will display "telltale signs" of meth production. Some of these signs concern the appearance of the structure itself, while others concern the behavior of the occupants. It is important to learn to recognize these "telltale signs" and know what to do if you see them.
Does Western Australia have the highest rate of methamphetamine use?
Yes. The latest available Australian data, published in the 2013 National Drug Strategy Household Survey, show that 3.8% of the West Australian population had used methamphetamine in the 12 months prior to the survey. That’s nearly double the Australian average of 2.1%.
This isn’t a recent phenomenon. The rate of methamphetamine use in Western Australia has been higher than the rest of the nation since at least the 1990s.
Conducting Due Diligence Methamphetamine Testing
Buying a home or leasing your property is one of the most crucial decisions you will make. You will have to get appraisals, home inspections, and insurance and so on, all in the interest of protecting your investment. Don't forget to also get your property tested for previous methamphetamine drug labs or usage activities! Toxic chemicals from illicit street methamphetamine can make your family or your tenants ill and with clean-up costs in the tens of thousands the need to provide the detection testing is very important. Schedule your testing today with our certified property inspector and get the peace of mind every homeowner should have with their investment.
Why Choose Us?
Our inspectors hold Australian certified tester qualifications.
Our inspector’s training with testing and handling practices has been comprehensive.
Our certified inspectors work directly with the testing LAB for your test results.
We are covered with Professional Indemnity insurance which will also covers our testing equipment.
Our inspectors are registered on a database as a certified tester or a certified Decontamination contractor.