Professional Meth Testing & Sampling By Experts
All sampling done by the expert team at Meth Testing New Zealand is in accordance with the NZS8510:2017 National Testing Standard. Having sampled over 12,000 properties, our reliable reports are generally available within 48 hours of receipt from our trusted partners at Analytica Laboratories, ISO 17025 accredited by International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ).
Meth contamination is caused by smoking or producing methamphetamine in any property or vehicle, and poses a serious risk on your investments. Protect your real estate assets, your homes and your families from the deteriorating health effects of living in meth-contaminated property with effective and reliable meth testing.
Here at Meth Testing New Zealand we provide standard-compliant, professional and effective P contamination testing to help protect properties and home-dwellers all over New Zealand.
It is part of a potential home buyer’s due diligence to make sure their new property is clean, healthy and meth-free. A crucial precautionary measure, meth testing can save a lot of future stress and cost as well as ensure your family remains safe from the harmful effects of methamphetamine. Field Composite and Laboratory Composite testing options are available.
Meth testing is now a best practice for landlords and property managers when providing rental property for tenants. Testing is best conducted before and after tenancy to ensure that the property is meth free and to avoid future tenancy tribunal disputes. Field Composite and Laboratory Composite testing options are also available for testing real estate properties.
Detailed assessments are necessary for accurately identifying the spread of the confirmed meth from prior testing that exceeds maximum acceptable meth contamination levels. This makes meth decontamination processes more efficient and cost-effective.If you have a suspicion of meth use or manufacture a more through initial screen is recommended.
Over the past few years, owning a rental property in New Zealand has become increasingly controlled. With a number of deadlines approaching for further regulations, as well as the finalisation of the Residential Tenancies Act, there is an ever growing need for support in understanding your legal requirements as a landlord.
“With the every increasing amount of methamphetamine being imported into the country the levels we find within properties, whether there is previous suspicion or not, is on a sharp inline. We strongly recommend testing as a matter of caution before buying or renting a property.”