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Healthy Home Assessment

Healthy Home Assessment is designed to guide you to create a Healthy Home if you are about to buy or rent, or you are not sure of what needs to be assessed and addressed in your home. You might be experiencing some health symptoms like headaches, sleeplessness, fatigue, allergies, brain fog which get better when you leave home for a couple of days and you intuitively suspect that something in your environment is setting them off. More often than not our instincts are right!


This is an overview assessment that will provide you with a good round-up of information on potential environmental health hazards in your home and relevant solutions on how to protect yourself and your family from these hidden or not so hidden household dangers.


What does it involve?

We complete an onsite assessment of major indoor environmental stressors that could negatively affect your family’s health, including:

  • nearby sources of outdoor air pollution, pesticides and geopathic stress

  • basic fungal (mould) growth assessment, including identification of current water damage and suspect mould growth as well as moisture sources and possible pathways of moisture intrusion

  • basic allergen assessment (dust, dust mites, pets, pests, pollen)

  • chemicals, including building materials and finishes as well as cleaning and personal care products 

  • external and internal sources of electromagnetic fields (from cell phone towers, meter panel/smart meter, solar panels, wireless technologies inside the home, electrical appliances and wiring)

  • source of drinking water


This is a 4-to-6 hour audit, and although all pollutants are identified during our assessment, only prominent hazards are examined in detail. This assessment can be carried out as pre-purchase or pre-lease inspection in addition to finding out about the history of the site and the previous occupants.

What will you get?

  • An initial interview over the phone and an online questionnaire (if existing home). 

  • A thorough visual inspection and testing of the site and building.

  • Discussion of findings on the day of the audit.

  • Sampling if required (chemical sampling, air, surface and dust sampling).

  • A written report based on assessment findings, which will include easy to follow solutions and recommendations on how to deal with environmental health hazards identified.

  • A follow up call.

Your Investment

Will vary depending on the size of your home and sampling required.

Did you know?

Since WWII, hundreds of thousands of chemicals have been introduced into our air, water, food and everyday products (and this number is growing every day), 80% of which have never been tested for safety on human health (Safer Cosmetics 2009).