Updated October 5, 2022
EMF testing and inspections
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EMF Home Inspections offers a wide range of testing services to detect EMF and EMI. Our professional research into Building Biology and Geobiology has brought us to the forefront of the field. Our inspectors are trained and certified by GEOVITAL Academy, the world’s leader in radiation detection and protection.
We use professional meters from Geovital Academy to measure electromagnetic frequencies. We also use selected Gigahertz meters. Testing is done in magnetic, electrical and radio frequencies.
EMF testing is available for residential homes and your place of work. Our EMF measurements are taken at strategic points throughout the home or office. Based on the information we gather, we can then implement solutions that will protect you, should they be required.
Residential or Commercial EMF Testing
Our methodology for residential customers is to use our EMF meters to measure your home or workplace top to bottom with particular focus on the sleeping areas and areas you spend a lot of time in. We work alongside you during the EMF scan and ask permission before scanning begins.
We test for harmful effects from:
- high voltage power lines
- proximity to cell phone towers
- household wiring and poor grounding
- lamps and clock radios
- household wiring
- dirty electricity
- stray currents on gas and water pipes
- cordless phones
- cellular phones
- dimmer switches
- home entertainment systems & TV
The Equipment We Use:
We have professional grade meters for MAGNETIC and ELECTRIC Fields, and others for high frequency RF. We’ve steadily upgraded our meters over the years, spending thousands of dollars in the process. Geovital Field Probes are our most important meters, as they measure how your body reacts to the EMFs in your environment, something that regular meters can’t do.
For DIRTY ELECTRICITY, we use Greenwave’s Broadband EMI Meter, which is highly advanced. This meter is designed to separate the power line frequency to detect and respond to low level high frequency voltages caused by transients and harmonics on power lines.
An important part of the onsite visit is to give you a brief overview of EMF and help you understand how your readings compare against the most trusted safety guidelines. A full written report is also provided.