House restored after methamphetamine contaminated it.

List of cities and communities in Palm Beach County, Florida that we service:

Atlantis, Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Greenacres, Lake Worth, Pahokee, Palm Beach Gardens, Riviera Beach, South Bay, West Palm Beach, Briny Breezes, Cloud Lake, Glen Ridge, Gulf Stream, Haverhill, Highland Beach, Hypoluxo, Juno Beach, Jupiter, Jupiter Inlet Colony, Lake Clarke Shores, Lake Park, Lantana, Loxahatchee Groves, Manalapan, Mangonia Park, Ocean Ridge, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Shores, South Palm Beach, Golf, North Palm Beach, Palm Springs, Royal Palm Beach. Tequesta, Wellington, Acacia Villas, Belle Glade Camp, Boca Del Mar, Boca Pointe, Cabana Colony, Canal Point, Century Village, Cypress Lakes, Fremd Village-Padgett Island, Golden Lakes, Gun Club Estates, Hamptons at Boca Raton, Juno Ridge, Jupiter Farms, Kenwood Estates, Kings Point, Lake Belvedere Estates, Lake Harbor, Lake Worth Corridor, Lakeside Green, Lakewood Gardens, Limestone Creek, Mission Bay, Pine Air, Plantation Mobile Home Park, Royal Palm Estates, San Castle, Sandalfoot Cove, Schall Circle, Seminole Manor, Stacy Street, The Acreage, Villages of Oriole, Watergate, Westgate, Whisper Walk, Boca West, Bryant, Dahlberg, Deem City, Dunes Road, High Point, Loxahatchee, Okeelanta, Pelican Lake, ​West Boca Raton

Child and dog safe after the testing of a home affected by meth

If you suspect that there may be methamphetamine residue in your home, ask us about our meth lab testing and cleanup services in Palm Beach County, FL.  Hazmat Cleanup will deal directly with your insurance company so it is no further stress to you or your family.  We will ensure that your home is thoroughly cleaned and negative meth residue testing is the end result so that you can have peace of mind that your family is living in a safe and healthy environment.


Call us today at (727) 330-2970 to schedule an assessment of your home in Palm Beach County.  Our technicians are able to accurately test your home for meth residue with same day results!


​Informative Links About Meth Labs:
Could There Have Been A Meth Lab In Your Palm Beach County Home?


Shocking to say the least, when you discover the dream house you want to buy or possibly already purchased had a meth lab in it and or the drug was smoked.  You can't see the residue.  It's basically invisible.  Meth labs can be anywhere.  People have been caught cooking meth in urban settings, and upper-income homes.  There is a wide variety of places where meth labs have been established.  It is most certainly a growing problem in the United States and the need for testing and cleaning homes affected by meth use or production is at an all time high.  Don't allow yourself or your family to fall victim of the harmful effects caused by living in a home with methamphetamine residue.

Before You Or Your Family Get Sick


​There are ways to test for this possibility and better yet ways to clean up this major health hazard.  Hazmat Cleanup LLC can test your home to detect the presence of methamphetomine.  Chemicals that are often tested positive in a meth home are:  Red phosphorous, ephedrine, hydrochloric or muriatic acid, and sodium hydroxide.  If found, it can be thoroughly cleaned and all presence of chemicals eliminated.  Even if it was just smoked in your home, office or car and not produced - the dangers are huge!


Symptoms


People who are exposed to meth pollution report speediness, loss of appetite, spaciness, inability to concentrate, itchy skin, dry eyes, irritability, paranoia, colds, breathing difficulty, anxiety, acne and confusion.  In more extreme cases convulsions and death of pets.

People often report:  My kids are always sick and are not doing well in school, I'm always sick and our dog died.

If you suspect that you or your family have come into contact with meth toxins, we urge you to call Poison Control at (800) 222-1222 and speak to an expert.


Having Children In A Home Where Meth Was Smoked Or Produced

Babies are especially vulnerable.  They live in a world where they crawl on all fours and everything is sampled by tasting.  It takes only small amounts of meth to affect a baby.  A baby crawling on the floor could actually get high.

The vapor clings to surfaces and reforms into crystals.  People who come in contact with these surfaces can ingest the meth through their skin or by mouth, nose or eyes.


Your pets can be dramatically effected too!  They can suffer from hallucinations, obsessive grooming and blindness along with other alarming symptoms.

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Phone Number: (888) 426-4435

Hazmat Cleanup

(352) 300-8860