Meth Testing Kits
Home Drug Testing Kits For Your Rental Property, Business or Motor Vehicles.
Why should you be using a meth testing kit after each tenant vacates or before your buy your next property? Australia is in the middle of an ice epidemic and sadly meth use and meth labs are all too common in Australian properties. The outcome is a severely contaminated property that are contaminated with toxic drug residue. This residue can result in serious health concerns for residents and leave landlords or property owners vulnerable to litigation.
Discovering that a previous owner or tenant has smoked meth inside the property can be an overwhelming and costly process. Conducting regular end of lease meth tests and making the sale subject to a satisfactory meth residue test can avoid this.
Throughout Australia our clients have saved millions of dollars combined by conducting a meth residue test with a DIY Home Met Testing Kit or arranging a meth residue inspection before buying their new home.
It is strongly recommended to conduct your own Meth Test prior to signing a contract on any property in Australia, just like you’d do a pre-purchase pest and building inspection.
Statistically it shows that across Australia there could be as many as 100,000 contaminated properties, and recent numbers indicate that rental properties have the highest risk (60-65%) of being contaminated.
If you are worried that your tenants have been using methamphetamine or that your property is contaminated by dangerous levels of ICE, there is a quick and easy way to test if your property is safe.
A DIY Home Meth Test Kit is a simple and easy-to-use method that can detect drug residue on surfaces in your home in under 5 minutes.
Within minutes, it provides you with an instant positive or negative result. If positive, we can walk you through the next steps to clean meth off your home and make it safe to live.
DIY Meth Testing Kits comes in different quantities and comes with full instruction cards on how to conduct the test yourself.
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