Meth Lab Testing
Homes where meth has been manufactured or used regularly will often contain common warning signs. At HomePro Inspections, we offer meth lab testing to determine if methamphetamine has been prevalent in the home, and we provide instant results. Request a quote now or call (904) 268-8211 to speak with one of our knowledgeable team members.
This test is appropriate when common signs of meth manufacturing or use exists in a home.
- Detects minute residue from meth manufacture or use
- Instant reagent test; results given on site
- No waiting for results to come from lab
*Discount available if combined with a home inspection package.
Note: The City of Jacksonville maintains an ‘Unsafe For Use’ Property List that can be used to reference a list of properties that are believed to have been used as illegal drug manufacturing sites.
Compliance Issues: If you’ve been notified of a City of Jacksonville Code Compliance issue in regards to a meth lab, HomePro cannot complete your meth lab testing. Meth lab testing and cleanup for clearing a compliance issue must be completed by an approved contractor. You need to contact the Code Compliance Department for specific instructions at (904) 255-7000. For additional information, visit this website.
In Duval and St. Johns counties, properties where drug contamination is found must be certified as clean before they can be occupied again. The certification process includes an evaluation, testing, cleaning by approved contractors (who are typically vetted by the county for their expertise), and more testing after cleanup is completed. Contact your county code compliance office for a list of approved contractors.
Common Signs of Methamphetamine Labs
When a home is used to manufacture meth, or if meth has been frequently used in the home, common signs or indicators include the following and more.
Yellow discoloration of walls, drains, sinks, or showers.
Blue discoloration on propane tank and fire extinguisher valves.
Fire/smoke detectors are removed or taped off.
Physical symptoms such as burning of eyes and throat, itching, breathing difficulties, or a metallic taste in your mouth are experienced while in the home.
Unusually strong odors of solvents, paint thinners, ammonia, or other “metallic” smells.
Odor similar to cat urine or a strong vanilla smell.
The use of security cameras and home surveillance equipment.
For a list of federally-known clandestine labs, visit the National Clandestine Lab Register web page.
HomePro Inspections is located in Jacksonville, FL, and serves St. Augustine and the surrounding areas. In addition to meth lab testing, our environmental testing services are available for water, mold, indoor air quality, lead paint, asbestos, and Chinese drywall. Get started with a quote by calling one of our knowledgeable team members at (904) 268-8211.