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Methamphetamine clearance and decontamination.

Unfortunately, there are only two options if your property was tested positive for meth: demolition or decontamination. Demolition used to be a preferred method to get rid of meth contamination in any area.

   This process involved removing all contaminated materials, including drywall, all flooring, cabinets, countertops, fixtures, and any other items other than the house structure itself. Unfortunately, demolition is often unnecessary and pricy. Obviously, you can't just encapsulate or erase the problem. In fact, the EPA even cautions against replacing proper decontamination with painting over the problem, as methamphetamine toxins can still leak out. Similarly, general cleaning can lead to the spread or re-contamination of the structure. Methamphetamine Clearance.

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Asset Environmental Services can offer another way of dealing with meth but demolition. Our licensed decontamination experts have the tools and training to remove this toxic substance from any area and building. Moreover, we can guarantee that it will not cost you thousands of dollars and will shorten your time away from home. We also guarantee our work by ensuring that your home or property receives a permit from the Utah Department of Public Health.

Finding methamphetamine in your home is stressful, but the help of a professional decontamination company can greatly ease that burden. And at Asset Environmental Services, we take all measures to protect your family and privacy. We provide our services as confidentially as possible, never labeling our cars or trailers. We also train all our employees on how to handle any inquiries from nosy neighbors. Most importantly, our science-based methods and proprietary formulas are designed to protect you and your family from the remnants of methamphetamine by breaking down this toxic substance at the molecular level.

If you want to be aware of basic decontamination steps, feel free to visit our blog. Or, if you want, call a certified decontamination specialist in your area. They can help you decide what to do next. If you are located in Utah, we will be happy to help. Do not hesitate to call us for a free consultation at (435) 764-2400.

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