Anyone who enters a property that hasn’t been cleaned and decontaminated property from meth residue expose themselves at a serious health risk. Meth residue contamination exposes people in a danger that do not dissipate over time, and immediate exposure can be severe.
Fiscally, owning a property contaminated by meth residue can result in considerable financial distress. Decontamination of a property could entail the removal of wall and ceiling lining, carpet, electrical fitting, air-conditioning units and insulation. Although insurance is available, the excess is generally sizeable and generally will have a set cover limit.