When a house tests positive for meth, there are only two responses: demolition or decontamination. In the past, demolition was the preferred method to “clean” a meth house. This process involved removing all the contaminated materials including sheet-rock, all flooring, cabinets, counter-tops, fixtures, and any other item other than the structure of the house itself. Unfortunately, demolition is often an unnecessary and costly undertaking.
Of course, you cannot simply encapsulate or wipe away the issue either. In fact, the EPA even cautions against substituting proper decontamination with painting over the problem, as the toxins from meth can still seep through. Similarly, general cleaning can actually spread or re-contaminate the structure.
Effective Meth Cleanup & Decontamination
AEI Decon offers an alternative to demolition and other ineffective methods of responding to meth. Our Certified Decontamination Specialists have the tools and training to eliminate this toxic substance from any residential or commercial structure. That, in turn, can save you thousands of dollars in replacement costs and time spent away from home. We also guarantee our work, ensuring that your home or property will receive clearance from the Utah Department of Health.
Finding meth in your home is stressful, but having the help of a professional decontamination company can significantly ease that burden. And at AEI Decon, we take every measure to protect your family and privacy. We provide our services as discreetly as possible, never labeling our vehicles or trailers. We also train all our employees on how to handle any inquiries from curious neighbors. Most importantly, our scientifically based methods and proprietary formulas are designed to keep you and your family safe from methamphetamine residue, breaking down this toxic substance on a molecular level.
To learn more about the basic steps of decontamination feel free to visit our blogs. Or, if you prefer, call a Certified Decontamination Specialist in your area. They can help you decide what to do next. If you’re in Utah, then we’re happy to help. Feel free to call us for your free consultation at (801) 888-6698.