Allergy Testing


Allergies affect more than 50 million Americans every year. Symptoms can range from itchy and watery eyes and nasal congestion to anaphylactic shock. Along with taking antihistamines, allergy shots are often employed by doctors to help alleviate symptoms.

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Asbestos is a group of naturally occurring minerals that were commonly used in construction through the late 1970s. When broken or disturbed, asbestos-containing materials release fibers that can cause fatal lung and stomach diseases if inhaled or ingested.

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When purchasing a home, the buyer wants full inspection picture. Regular house inspectors aren’t trained to evaluate potential environmental hazards. Environmental Inspection Services provides clear impression of problems and quantifies exactly what will fix them.

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Indoor Air Quality


This is an inspection for contaminants that degrade the air you breathe in your home. Environmental Inspection Services Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) surveys test: sources of air flow; heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems; cleaning and maintenance procedures; …

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Lead Paint


Lead is a heavy metal that causes neurological damage and can lead to mental and physical handicaps in children and adults. Up until 1978, lead pigment was manufactured for use in most household and industrial paints in the United States. Over the years, the degradation …

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Mold & Moisture


Excess moisture or water is the single greatest contributor to bacterial, dust mite and mold problems. Microbial amplification can lead to potential health problems as well as the destruction of building materials. In order to assess and monitor the moisture load …

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Radon is a natural radioactive gas that is a decay product of uranium. Radiation from radon and its decay products is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the world — surpassed only by smoking. Radon usually enters a home through its basement, foundation, or crawl space, and collects in the lower levels of a home.

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