There are countless things to consider when purchasing a property in Fort Collins, and a whole checklist of things you should investigate before signing the deed. Fort Collins homebuyers often ask questions about if there is lead paint, how old the roof is, if it is built on solid foundation, what the neighbors are like, etc. Something that probably doesn’t cross many buyer’s minds is to check and see if the building has been used for cooking or smoking methamphetamine. The chemicals used in operating meth labs soak into surfaces and linger for years. Cherry Inc. are experts at identifying and treating chemical exposed from meth labs and meth use to make your Fort Collins house look and feel good as new.
If you suspect your Fort Collins property may have been used as a meth lab, it is imperative that you get it tested and treated to minimize the potential health hazard. While there are random at-home test kits, there is a lot on the line when it comes to dealing with toxic chemicals, and it better to be safe than sorry and have Fort Collins' experienced restoration professionals handle testing. Cherry Inc.’s technicians have the latest technology to determine where meth chemicals are deposited in the structure and the levels of chemicals.
We have over a quarter-decade of experience restoring buildings that have been damaged by the manufacturing and smoking of methamphetamine. Our Fort Collins technicians always wear protective gear and only use certified equipment to ensure the property is fully sanitized and safe.