Selling a Meth Contaminated House

Selling a Meth Contaminated House

This is a common question we often hear from those looking to buy or sell a home. Is selling a meth-contaminated house legal? And if so, is buying such a property wise? Naturally, some of this conversation comes down to your own goals, resources, and comfort zone....
Do I Need to Disclose Meth When Selling a House?

Do I Need to Disclose Meth When Selling a House?

The question of when to disclose meth is a common one. In fact, we often hear from realtors, investors, and property owners wondering about the specifics of this requirement. And, of course, we’re always happy to help unpack the myriad of rules regarding testing...
What Is a Reference Dose for Meth Residue?

What Is a Reference Dose for Meth Residue?

A reference dose is a scientific term. Simply put, it is the highest amount of a toxin you can ingest or absorb without causing any negative effects on your health. Generally speaking, we depend on reference doses when monitoring pollutants, phenomena like radiation,...
Mechanics, Is There Meth in Your Client’s Car?

Mechanics, Is There Meth in Your Client’s Car?

The world of automotive repair is busy and fast-paced, with clients depending on their mechanic to get them back on the road. Of course, finding needles, drug residue or paraphernalia, or other signs of meth in cars can bring the work to a screeching halt. The good...
Mold Prevention: Seasonal Tips

Mold Prevention: Seasonal Tips

Utah is famous for its powdery snow, beautiful winters, and incredible variety in seasons and terrain. However, with all that impressive weather comes harsh freeze and thaw cycles, as well as unavoidable wear and tear on our homes and businesses. Indeed, melting snow...
Hoarding Cleanup in Utah: Avoid These Common Mistakes

Hoarding Cleanup in Utah: Avoid These Common Mistakes

The American Psychiatric Association defines Hoarding Disorder as a persistent difficulty in parting with possessions. However, we shouldn’t confuse this with a messy lifestyle or too much clutter. Hoarding Disorder is more complicated than that – severely...
Meth-Induced Psychosis: Part Three

Meth-Induced Psychosis: Part Three

Welcome back to Part Three of our series of meth-induced psychosis. We thank you for your patience, and for allowing us to put this topic on hold in favor of our Share the Warmth Coat and Clothing Drive. Today, we’re going to go over the science of meth-induced...
Coat and Clothing Drive, Utah. Share the Warmth

Coat and Clothing Drive, Utah. Share the Warmth

Hey folks, we’re excited to bring you the details about our Utah coat and clothing drive for The Odyssey House. If you’re in Utah, please donate your gently used clothing and coats. Odyssey House supports individuals and families of all shapes, sizes, and...
My Loved One Is Using Meth. Interview: Odyssey House

My Loved One Is Using Meth. Interview: Odyssey House

Finding that your home contains unsafe levels of meth is, at best, an unpleasant experience. It’s even worse when that contamination reveals your loved one suffers from an addiction. And, unfortunately, that’s a more common scenario than most people think....
Meth Psychosis Part Two: Toxicity That Stays

Meth Psychosis Part Two: Toxicity That Stays

Welcome back to Part Two of our interview with Dr. Smith, a former meth user and an expert in the field of Molecular Biology. In our last blog, we shared her responses to our interview questions on psychosis and hallucinations induced by meth. This week, we’re...

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