Frequently Asked Questions

 

Please see below for some of the more commonly asked questions, if you need more information please call or email us.

  • Where are you located?

    We are located at 34a Somerset Street, Frankton Hamilton. Come in and talk to our technicians.

  • What services do you offer?

    We offer a range of base line tests, along with full forensic testing.

  • Are you qualified?

    There are no formal qualifications that is currently recognised. However our technicians are trained with recognised trained procedures and use full Personal Protective Gear and follow all the Guidelines of Ministry of Health

  • Do you give a written report?

    Yes all our testing from our technicians come with a written report.

  • Are there discounts for multiple houses?

    Yes there is, please contact us and we can do something for you.

  • Why can't I buy a kit off the web and test myself?

    You can do, however, our technicians are trained on where to test, what surfaces need testing and how to know what to test and look out for.
    Also some of the kits off the web have proven unreliable and accurate. Are you prepared for the result?

  • What is the cost?

    Every home is different depending on the size of the home, rooms and what type of testing it is that you require to suit your needs.

  • Do you charge travel?

    Not within the Hamilton City or Tauranga boundaries. Outside of the Hamilton boundary we charge 0.75 cents per km.

  • Do you do the clean up?

    No, it is in direct conflict of what we provide. We work alongside a Meth Decontamination company that does the full clean up. Please click here to read more about them.

  • Why should I test my home?

    There is a variety of reasons why you should test. Some of these are to get a base line result, pre purchase, and also to ensure the health and wellbeing of your tenants and your investments.

  • How often should I test?

    Ideally you will want a base line test done to begin with and then this should be checked every time you have a new tenancy agreement. Depending on your insurance provider this will vary.