Pharmaceutical

Pharmaceutical Testing

One of the major problems with homes is the presence of hazardous environmental hazards like meth, asbestos, and lead. These types of hazards can create serious health-related problems that can be prevented with a health inspection service from the professionals at 1st-Rate Inspections. At 1st-Rate Inspections, we offer a variety of safety tests that’ll help you know exactly what’s going on with your home – and keep you safe.

At 1st Rate Inspections

We offer pharmaceutical testing to safeguard your family's health.

Safeguard your family's health

Our tests are designed to provide a safe and effective way of determining whether or not your home is contaminated. A simple test can help eliminate the cost and hassle of having other professionals come in and assess the safety of your home.

Testing

For Asbestos

Know the Facts

The term "asbestos" gets thrown around frequently these days, but what does it mean? Asbestos is an organic mineral that can cause serious illnesses, such as lung cancer and mesothelioma. It was once used in building insulation, clothing, and construction materials until health risks were discovered. When you're buying a home or making renovations on your property, be sure to ask about the presence of asbestos before making any final decisions. If you suspect that your house has been contaminated with asbestos, hire 1st-Rate Inspections to test for it.

Asbestos In Your Home

Asbestos has been banned from most residential construction materials since the 1970s, but it still remains in some of them. It can be found in wall and attic insulation, siding and roofing materials, heat-resistant fabrics, patching compounds, and textured paint. The presence of asbestos in homes can be dangerous for people who are exposed to it without knowing its risks. There are several ways to remove asbestos from homes and make them safe for people living there. Vinyl flooring is the most common product containing asbestos because it was commonly used for floor tiles before the ban on asbestos in residential construction products was enacted. 

Asbestos Health Risks

Homeowners are advised not to disturb asbestos insulation and other building materials that may contain asbestos. Some of the common symptoms of exposure to asbestos include:

  • lung disease
  • cancer
  • asbestosis
  • mesothelioma

Testing

For Lead

Lead Facts

Lead is a pervasive environmental contaminant. The adverse health effects of lead exposure in children and adults are well documented, and no safe blood lead threshold in children has been identified so far.

Lead In Homes

Lead is a toxic metal that has been linked to health risks. Lead poisoning is one of the most common environmental hazards in the United States. Lead enters our homes when we use products containing lead, such as batteries, paint, plumbing materials, and cosmetics. If you suspect that your child or yourself may be exposed to lead in your home, contact us to confirm the presence of lead.

Lead Health Risks

Lead poisoning can cause serious health problems in children and adults. Symptoms can include

  • Abdominal pain
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Fatigue and irritability. 

Symptoms can also include muscle weakness, spasms, difficulty walking or swallowing, numbness, and tingling in the hands and feet.

Find Out If Your Home Has Lead

1st-Rate Inspections is a leading lead-testing company that helps homeowners identify and reduce the risk of lead contamination. Our company conducts innovative, comprehensive evaluation services to help you protect your family from the health hazards of lead exposure.

What to Look For

When we inspect your home, we'll look for the presence of lead-based paint, plumbing, or other lead-containing items. By looking for these sources, we'll know if you have a potential risk of lead poisoning in your home.

Lead Testing Results

Once our inspection is complete, we'll provide you with a detailed report including the location and level of lead present in your home. You'll receive this report within 72 hours.

Testing

Meth

Meth Facts

Meth is a highly addictive and dangerous drug. If you suspect your home has been contaminated by the drug, you should call 1st-Rate Inspections to conduct a thorough inspection of your home.

Meth In Homes

Meth is a highly addictive drug that causes serious damage to the user’s body and mind. Meth is most often found in homes as it can be smoked, injected, or snorted. Meth leaves behind traces on walls and floors of homes where it has been used. These traces can be difficult to remove and are toxic if inhaled or come into contact with skin.

Meth Testing

Do your loved ones sleep soundly knowing your home is safe?

Get peace of mind with 1st-Rate Inspections

Don't put your loved ones at risk anymore. We'll thoroughly inspect your home for any presence of Meth. 

Get peace of mind knowing we'll provide you with a detailed report including the location and level of Meth present.

Call us today!

If you're serious about getting your property inspected, call us today - we'll inspect it for lead, meth, and asbestos. Call (832) 567-5791 to arrange your inspection.

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