If you’re a landlord and you’ve unfortunately been the victim of a tenant who used your home as a means to make it into a drug house or a meth lab, you may be wondering what your next steps are. The police have likely been involved, and there is an open case, but it’s likely not safe for you to enter the home just yet. One of the problems in any type of crime scene is that it’s the police’s job to conduct investigations; however, when it comes to clean up, no matter how bad it is, it always falls on the homeowner’s responsibility or the landlord. If you need help with meth residue contamination cleanup in San Diego, Hometown Restoration can help.

There are many biohazards and other toxicities associated with what has been a meth lab or a drug house. Though it may be tempting to try to clean this up yourself so that your house can be rentable again so you can get it back on the market, it’s best to leave something as hazardous – and potentially explosive – as meth to the professionals. Our techs are well-trained in all types of cleanup work, and we will make sure that your home is entirely safe to inhabit again.

There is a multi-step process involved in how we take care of a drug house or a meth lab house. First, we will test all areas of the house to see where there is residue. Next, we will use professional products to remove residue from all house areas that have tested positive. Next, we will ensure that all house areas are completely decontaminated and everything is free from meth residue so that it’s safe for you to return or rent again.

If you need immediate help with meth residue contamination cleanup in San Diego, contact Hometown Restoration today at (760) 653-5400 for quick service or find out more about our process.