Mold Testing

Testing for mold

Have you ever tested your home or office air quality?
Want to rest assured that toxic mold isn’t an issue?
Mold is everywhere, and if mold spores begin to grow in damp spots, they can produce mycotoxins and irritants that lead to allergic reactions and health issues.

Exposure to mold

For highly sensitive people, or those with weakened immune systems due to COPD, leukemia, or HIV/AIDS, adverse reactions can occur from inhaling or touching mold spores.

Typical Reactions

  • Nasal congestion, runny nose and sneezing
  • Eye irritation or blurred vision
  • Sore throat and/or chronic cough
  • Skin rash

More Serious Reactions

  • Asthma attacks
  • Pneumocystitis pneumonia
  • Aspergillosis
  • Blastomycosis
  • Fungal meningitis
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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.

Test today. Test COMPLETELY.

Testing indoor air is important. But don’t just test for one contaminant – get a COMPLETE picture. The easy, color-coded yogi indoor air and water test assesses for 9 contaminants and is the most comprehensive DIY test on the market.

Understand what’s in your air and water today, for a healthier tomorrow.

*NO SURPRISES* - the yogi test kit includes all lab and shipping fees.

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