You may be putting your family’s health at risk, by unknowingly purchasing a home contaminated with methamphetamine.
Methamphetamine is a highly addictive drug that is made from common household chemicals. If meth has been cooked or smoked inside a structure, it will saturate walls, floors, ceilings, and systems making it unsafe for occupants.
“Smoking” is the most common form of meth use. When meth is smoked, the drug is heated and turned into vapor. The vapor that is not inhaled by the smoker is then deposited on the walls, floors, furnishings, and duct system leaving a residue of meth. The amount of meth test residue depends on the amount and frequency of smoking. Because of the increasing trend in “smoking meth”, homes that were never used to produce meth are still testing positive for meth contamination putting many families at risk.
For more information on Utah click here Disclosure of Methamphetamine Contaminated Property Act – Utah.gov.
Call Watch Dogs Home Inspectors Utah before you purchase or move into any home to protect your family and your investment, 801-580-5551.