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Tiredness, ill feelings, sickness, cancer, permanent organ and tissue damage are all too often associated with the environmental toxins present where we live, work and play. With literally hundreds of possible poisons present throughout our daily activities, it is critical to properly protect yourself, your business, your employees, and most importantly you and your family.
But environmental test kits are not all the same! Most mold test kits are actually just screening tools that try to pass as certified analytical lab results. Many soil test kits have very slow sample analysis times. Water test kits are all made differently as well. Some require shipping of water in acid filled dangerous containers. Some lead test kits are just screening tools while some are certified, legally defensible, NLLAP accredited results. And many asbestos test kits contain confusing instructions on how to take samples instead of step-by-step, clear, detailed instructions on how to test with fast delivery of lab analysis.
The Environmental Professional In a Box™ series of Environmental test kits are the only certified laboratory, legally defensible, quantitative, no additional fees, all inclusive self-use environmental test kits with electronic reporting within days. Our certified Mold, Soil, Water, Lead and Asbestos test kits are the same ones used by environmental professionals, home inspectors, contractors, facility managers and homeowners nationwide.
Why spend literally hundreds of dollars hiring an environmental professional when for a fraction of the cost you can obtain the same results and begin protecting yourself today.
"Prior to starting the project of repainting the family room and renovating a bathroom in a 65 year old home with two younger children, I had concerns about the disturbance of asbestos in the plaster and lead-based paint on the walls, the Environmental Professional In a Box™ kits worked great, they provided me the documentation I needed to assure the homeowner not to worry and allowed me to feel better knowing I was not taking an environmental risk. “Paul D. Rusillo, Professional contractor, VA
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“I was concerned about the water staining on the ceiling tile and air that was blowing over my desk at work since I had been feeling more congested and more fatigued. A friend recommended the Environmental Professional In a Box™ In-door Air Quality test kit. Several compounds were identified that could be the source of my health concerns. The fact that the results were from an accredited lab, my employer addressed timely. I thanked my friend and felt I should also let you know.”Damian Chatman,
Why you should test for asbestos. Many homes built up to 1980 contain asbestos in ceiling tiles, floor tiles or even in the insulation (most commonly on the fireplaces, pipes, or around boilers). Some homes can even contain asbestos contaminated popcorn ceilings, and insulation in attics. Asbestos was banned in 1999 but few people realize […]
How to Test Air Quality In Home When you first think about air quality, you think about the outdoors and all the pollution that we all need to deal with. However, the indoor air quality in your home or at your workplace, may not be as good as you may think. Indoor air pollution causes […]
Drinking Water Test Drinking water is a crucial part of life. After all, water makes up two-thirds of the weight of the human body including a staggering 95% of your brain. However, around the world and across America, poor water quality is effecting countless lives. Using a drinking water test is a cheap and easy […]
How to Test for Lead Paint If you’re curious about how to test for lead paint, you should figure out first whether or not you’re at risk. Lead-based paint is older style of paint that contains lead. Lead is a pigment that was added to paint to increase durability, maintain a fresh appearance, and to […]
The Potential Dangers of a Popcorn Ceiling Are you considering testing your popcorn ceiling for asbestos? Those grooved bumpy patterns on the ceilings in many homes can be extremely dangerous, and consist of Asbestos. This popular stylizing technique, as recent as the 1980s, included the use of asbestos fibers. Asbestos is highly toxic, and is […]
Well Water Testing Back in elementary school, we all learned the various properties of “good” water. It should be colorless, odorless, tasteless, and so on and so forth. We learned that disease causing pathogens could be found in unclean water, and can cause harm. These microorganisms are so minuscule that we can’t even see them […]
Symptoms of Mold Exposure Mold, a.k.a. mildew, is a very resilient and destructive invader if left to fester and grow in your home undetected. They can claim the shingles or sidings to your home, the corners of your bathroom, or any bedroom that has just enough moisture and humidity to keep it fed. Not all […]
Buying a Lead Paint Test Kit Why we think the EIT lead paint test kit is your best option. Lead in paint is a serious issue, one that often goes overlooked and untreated. While 75% of homes in America currently have lead paint lining the walls, a significantly smaller percentage of homeowners are doing something […]