Many years ago, someone told me, in referring to a speech he was giving to students at a local high school, “when in doubt, don’t.” I thought of that statement many times and believed in most cases it was good philosophy. How many times have I said I wished I hadn’t done this or that? Can the opposite philosophy also be true? Should we sometimes say “when in doubt, do?” The proverbial bucket list tells us things we would like to do, perhaps climbing a mountain or sky diving (not for me, thanks).
But what about house hunting and making an important financial decision? How many precautions should one take? I want to make sure the roof is in good condition, the house is solid, is big enough for my family, has a nice well-kept lawn, has no electrical problems, and the list goes on and on. What about meth residue? Is that a question one might ask as well? It certainly was not one I considered when buying my house. I’m not sure I had ever heard of it, much less had a concern.
My dad had a saying he used quite frequently, “time brings change.” We continue to add to our list of concerns when buying our residence or rental property. Leaning on the side of caution is always good advice, and when buying a home perhaps talking with neighbors or checking public websites might be worth our time. What if the possibility exists that the house has meth residue? Call an environmental specialist; call Crisis Cleaning toll free at 1-877-260-4828. They have a new location in Solsberry, Indiana, but still have the same great service and concern for our environmental needs. Whether the issue is meth residue, asbestos, mold, infectious disease or death scene cleanup, Crisis Cleaning will work with you to help put your mind at ease.
Crisis Cleaning also has meth test kits available for purchase. These kits are good informational tools to help with your decision making. Whatever your environmental needs, Crisis is here to help. When in doubt, give them a call. They will be glad to answer your questions or concerns.
By Joan Mason