Lamunyon Restoration uses standards set forth by the EPA to clean and decontaminate your property in a safe, effective manner after meth lab contamination.
Meth labs are areas where methamphetamine is manufactured (cooked), stored and/or used. Meth labs can be found anywhere. They have been discovered in abandoned and occupied buildings, trailers, homes, apartments, hotels and other businesses in rural areas and small towns, large cities and suburban neighborhoods. Residual meth contamination from former meth labs or even meth use can remain on surfaces throughout the home long after those responsible are gone, resulting in toxic residues, fumes and vapors.
Potentially deadly chemicals can enter the body by inhalation, ingestion or absorption through the skin. Meth use and the production of meth can cause serious health problems not only in the users, but also to home buyers and property managers who are unintentionally or unknowingly exposed to an area where meth was manufactured or used. The toxicity can cause skin irritations, respiratory problems and adverse health effects to vital organs. Due to lack of disclosure laws during the real estate transaction process, thousands of properties are contaminated and re-sold.
Using the right remediation contractor is an essential and key part of any meth lab clean up and decontamination project. Hiring an experienced, insured and certified contractor is your only assurance that a healthy indoor environment will be restored to the property you own or manage. When it comes to professional meth lab cleanup services, Lamunyon Restoration is dedicated to the health and safety of your family and/or residents occupying the properties you manage.
It is important to know how to spot a Meth lab and to know what to do if you suspect you have encountered one.
For all your meth lab clean up needs, call Lamunyon Restoration at 800-528-5535
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