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Drug Lab Cleanup Facts

By | January 7th, 2017|Blog|

Drug lab cleanup is a tricky business. Whether one is tackling the job one’s self or hiring a professional to do it for them, knowing the facts about drug lab cleanup is essential to keeping one’s self safe. From meth labs to any other drug labs there are many things one needs to know when [...]

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Clandestine Drug Laboratory Remediation Guidelines

By | January 5th, 2017|Blog|

If you are about to tackle the enormous job of cleaning up a clandestine or illegal drug lab, you have to know what regulations or guidelines your state has set. Even if you’re not tackling the job yourself, understanding the remediation guidelines are important. There are no federal regulations for illegal drug lab clean-up or [...]

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Guidelines for Cleanup of Residential Property Used to Produce Drugs

By | January 2nd, 2017|Blog|

Discovering that your home or office was used to manufacture methamphetamine can be shocking.  Even more shocking, is when you discover the amount damage that methamphetamine does to your home.  The toxicity of the cook process damages air ducts, drywall, furniture, flooring, and all contents.  Many insurance companies cover the remediation cost of meth lab [...]

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How to Recognize a Meth Lab

By | December 21st, 2016|Blog, Meth lab cleanup|

Meth labs, also known as clandestine drug labs are a hazard to you and your community. Recognizing a lab is the first step in eliminating the danger that is a clandestine drug lab. There are key signs that while alone may not be a cause of concern but together can be key indicators of a [...]

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What to do if I suspect the presence of a Meth Lab in a recently purchased house

By | December 19th, 2016|Blog, Meth lab cleanup|

Have you purchased a property recently or are in the processing of purchasing a property? Is something off about it? Do you believe that the home could have been a meth lab? Some signs that your home was used as a meth lab are its physical appearance. Was the house sold “as is” or a [...]

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Why should a professional be contacted to clean up a Meth Lab

By | December 17th, 2016|Blog, Meth lab cleanup|

When it comes to cleaning up meth labs, professional cleanup is a must. If you’ve been made aware of a lab or possible lab on your property, gone through the testing process and are now looking to clean it up then you already know all the reasons for having it professionally done: it’s safer than [...]

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What do I do if I Cannot Afford Biohazard Cleanup in my Home?

By | December 13th, 2016|Blog|

Most biohazard cleanup cases are covered by homeowners insurance.  However, in the unfortunate circumstance that your homeowners insurance has lapsed or you have a policy that excludes biohazard cleanup you are faced with a big decision.  Do you clean it yourself and call a company to dispose of the biohazard materials?  That can be a [...]

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Does Your Meth Lab Cleanup Service Provider do Third Party Testing?

By | December 5th, 2016|Blog, Meth lab cleanup|

  If your meth lab cleanup company does not provide you with 3rd party clearance testing you may have a big problem.  You stand the chance of being scammed by a company who wants a quick paycheck.  Some States require third party clearance testing after decontamination is complete.  As a company, Spaulding Decon makes it [...]

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The Types of Drug Lab Cleanup

By | November 26th, 2016|Blog|

There are a few types of drug lab cleanup situations in which we are called.  A few main requests we get for drug lab cleanups come from hotels, apartment complexes and foreclosed homes. Hotels are typically used to manufacture meth labs because they offer a clandestine and safe area for meth cooks.  Typically meth cooks will [...]

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Cleaning Up After Death

By | November 22nd, 2016|Blog|

Cleaning up after death is something no one should have to do his or herself.  Professional companies exist to clean biohazards after death.  Even if a family member passed away unattended for a few days with no trauma the natural break down of the body can cause blood, urine, feces, and a terrible odor to be [...]

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