Lead Dust Test
Lead dust according to the EPA & City of Philadelphia is the number one cause for childhood lead poisoning. Over time paint starts to crack, chip, peale & flake away where dust tends to formulate and spread. Children tend to inhale lead dust or put their hands in their mouth to ingest it.
Lead Paint Test
Lead based paint resides in majority of homes built prior to 1978. Exposure to lead paint chips either eating or playing with the debris can be harmful. Everyone is at risk. If disturbed by renovation the dust during or after construction can resonate in a home. This scenario is a silent trap for new tenants or homeowners moving into a renovated property.
Lead Water Test
Lead can seep into your tap water if the service line that connects your home to the water main has lead pipes or brass fixtures. Your drinking & cooking water is important. This test will determine if your water meets EPA safety limits and give you the relife your family needs.
Air Quality Test
In home pollution sources that emit particles or gases in your air causes poor air quality. Some may come from radon, carbon monoxide, creosote, methane and highly toxic chemicals. Contact with any of these harmful toxins can cause a range of health affects. Having a system in place to ensure good indoor air quality will alleviate the quantity of health issues.
Lead Soil Test
Air pollution and unregulated construction has caused lead in soil to soar. Contact with fine soil particles dragged into your home as fluttering dust is only one scenario. It can affect the food you grow in your garden & contaminate where your children play outside.
Mold & Asbestos Test
Both hazards receive a lot of media headlines and are frightening to deal with. Both of them are damaging and both of them are troublesome to those who are exposed. The most prevailing health danger is posed by asbestos original acoustic ceiling spray and black molds silent fumes. These compounds can be disturbed so easily and present in all the places you reside the most.