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Identify home triggers for as low as $149!*

What are your asthma and allergy triggers? With the House Call product line you can assess your indoor air quality to help determine what’s making you sick. Test today for a healthier tomorrow.

ADVANCED ALLERGEN PANEL $349 >>> more details

ADVANCED MOLD SPORE PANEL $149 >>> more details

FORMALDEHYDE TEST $149 >>> more details

VOCs TEST $149 >>> more details

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Identify home triggers for as low as $149!*

What are your asthma and allergy triggers? With the House Call product line you can assess your indoor air quality to help determine what’s making you sick. Test today for a healthier tomorrow.

ADVANCED ALLERGEN PANEL $349 >>> more details

ADVANCED MOLD SPORE PANEL $149 >>> more details

FORMALDEHYDE TEST $149 >>> more details

VOCs TEST $149 >>> more details

Real Estate Seller Real Estate Buyer Radon Testing Mold Testing

The House Call product line

The House Call Advanced Allergen Panel

The NAEPP/NHLBI guidelines recommend controlling environmental triggers as an important best practice for asthma prevention, along with lung function measurement, comprehensive pharmacologic therapy, and patient education that fosters a clinician/patient partnership.

In addition, in an Institute of Medicine report sufficient evidence was found to conclude there is a causal relationship between exposures to the allergens produced by cats, cockroaches and house dust mites and asthma exacerbations in sensitized individuals.

Use the House Call Advanced Allergen Panel to assess for the following environmental triggers/allergens in the home: cat and dog dander, mice, cockroaches, dust mites, molds and outdoor allergens.

The House Call Advanced Allergen Panel

The NAEPP/NHLBI guidelines recommend controlling environmental triggers as an important best practice for asthma prevention, along with lung function measurement, comprehensive pharmacologic therapy, and patient education that fosters a clinician/patient partnership.

In addition, in an Institute of Medicine report sufficient evidence was found to conclude there is a causal relationship between exposures to the allergens produced by cats, cockroaches and house dust mites and asthma exacerbations in sensitized individuals.

Use the House Call Advanced Allergen Panel to assess for the following environmental triggers/allergens in the home: cat and dog dander, mice, cockroaches, dust mites, molds and outdoor allergens.

Are airborne mold spores exacerbating your asthma or allergies? If you’re exposed to too much of this fungus, the answer is probably yes. In fact, about five percent of the population has allergic symptoms triggered by inhaled mold.

There are hundreds of types of molds, but the most common allergy-causing molds include alternaria, aspergillus, cladosporium and penicillium. If you are allergic to mold, your immune system treats it as an allergen and when you inhale mold spores, they may trigger sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose, or nasal congestion.

The House Call Advanced Mold Spore Panel is a comprehensive assessment for a broad panel of inhalant mold spores and can be performed in just minutes.

The House Call Advanced Mold Spore Panel

Are airborne mold spores exacerbating your asthma or allergies? If you’re exposed to too much of this fungus, the answer is probably yes. In fact, about five percent of the population has allergic symptoms triggered by inhaled mold.

There are hundreds of types of molds, but the most common allergy-causing molds include alternaria, aspergillus, cladosporium and penicillium. If you are allergic to mold, your immune system treats it as an allergen and when you inhale mold spores, they may trigger sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose, or nasal congestion.

The House Call Advanced Mold Spore Panel is a comprehensive assessment for a broad panel of inhalant mold spores and can be performed in just minutes.

Certain building materials and home furnishings off-gas formaldehyde, which may exacerbate asthma. At sufficient concentrations in the air, cleaning products such as chlorine and ammonia may also trigger reactions.

The National Institute of Health states that “exposure to high levels of formaldehyde can cause a build-up of fluid in the lungs, severe shortness of breath, bronchitis, and rapid heart rate. Continued exposure can also cause severe allergic reactions of the skin and eyes, skin allergies and rashes, and asthma-like allergies with coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and a drop in body temperature.”

Use the House Call Formaldehyde Test to test your indoor environment for the presence of this dangerous chemical.

The House Call Formaldehyde Test

Certain building materials and home furnishings off-gas formaldehyde, which may exacerbate asthma. At sufficient concentrations in the air, cleaning products such as chlorine and ammonia may also trigger reactions.

The National Institute of Health states that “exposure to high levels of formaldehyde can cause a build-up of fluid in the lungs, severe shortness of breath, bronchitis, and rapid heart rate. Continued exposure can also cause severe allergic reactions of the skin and eyes, skin allergies and rashes, and asthma-like allergies with coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and a drop in body temperature.”

Use the House Call Formaldehyde Test to test your indoor environment for the presence of this dangerous chemical.

Volatile organic compounds or VOCs are emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids, and include a variety of chemicals, some of which may have adverse health effects. Concentrations of many VOCs are consistently up to 10 times higher indoors than outdoors.

VOCs are emitted by thousands of products including household cleaning agents, paints, cosmetics, air fresheners, varnishes, waxes, craft supplies, pesticides and stored fuels.

Use the House Call VOC Test to test your indoor environment for the presence of these common chemicals.

The House Call VOCs Test

Volatile organic compounds or VOCs are emitted as gases from certain solids or liquids, and include a variety of chemicals, some of which may have adverse health effects. Concentrations of many VOCs are consistently up to 10 times higher indoors than outdoors.

VOCs are emitted by thousands of products including household cleaning agents, paints, cosmetics, air fresheners, varnishes, waxes, craft supplies, pesticides and stored fuels.

Use the House Call VOC Test to test your indoor environment for the presence of these common chemicals.

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