Asbestos Testing

Testing for asbestos

Have you ever tested your air quality for asbestos? Is there asbestos in the air at your home or office? Asbestos is a cancer-causing mineral fiber found in rock and soil, and was used as a popular fire retardant in various building materials for decades. If your home currently contains asbestos products, it’s possible that these fibers can be released into the air when disturbed or damaged during demolition work, home maintenance, repairs or remodeling.

Two ways to test your indoor environment

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The yogi air and water quality test is the ONLY product that tests for mold, allergens, radon, lead, asbestos, formaldehyde and VOCs in air, and lead and copper in water in one complete kit. Plus, you can perform annual testing with the reusable instrument. All lab and shipping fees are included.

Mix and match!

With the yogi rental program, you can assess your indoor air and water quality for just the contaminants you're most concerned with. Simply rent a yogi for $40 and add on individual tests to assess what may be causing or contributing to acute or long-term health issues. All lab and shipping fees are included.

Test for toxins that may be silently impacting your health

With the yogi air and water quality test, you can assess your indoor air quality to help determine if harmful contaminants are impacting your health. Simply purchase the complete DIY kit (or rent a yogi for $40 and add on individual tests) to assess what may be causing or contributing to acute or long-term health issues. All lab and shipping fees are included. The yogi is the ONLY product that assesses for mold, allergens, radon, lead, asbestos, formaldehyde and VOCs in air, and lead and copper in water in one complete kit. The reusable sampling instrument allows you to perform annual testing as needed. Test today for a healthier tomorrow.

allergen testing

A Costly Problem

Americans spend 90 percent of their time indoors. Further, the Environmental Protection Agency has found that indoor air can contain up to 100 times more pollutants than outdoor air, making indoor air quality a real health and economic concern.

It’s estimated that the U.S. could recognize up to $200 billion annually in savings and productivity gains by improving its indoor environments.

Sources of asbestos

Along with some insulations, pipe wraps, shingles, ceiling and floor tiles, textured paints and joint patching compounds, asbestos has also been used in manufactured goods such as paper and cement products and heat-resistant fabrics.

Health effects of asbestos exposure

Health conditions related to asbestos include lung cancer, mesothelioma and asbestosis, and can be difficult to diagnose. One thing is for certain: exposure to asbestos increases your risk of developing these diseases. The greater the exposure, the greater the risk.

Take the next step to peace of mind.

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