Tagged: Houston

Dirty Electricity Safety AC Powerline EMI Noise 0

Dirty Electricity – Is it really “Electropollution” or a Real Threat to Health and Safety? The Dirtier Truth

“Dirty electricity” is a rather unscientific term used loosely to describe a signal waveform that has extraneous noise components riding on top of it – typically of higher frequencies and/or a transient random nature....

EMF Meters for Radiation Testing 10

Using the Wrong EMF Meter for EMF Testing and Home Inspections: A Case Study in Professional Judgment

I always found it both interesting and gratifying when clients who hired me already have their own meter and yet are willing to pay an additional fee to interpret the results. They will call...

60 Hz AC Magnetic Field Sources 0

Typical EMF & RF Sources in the Home

Homes have several potential sources for high EMF and RF sources including:  External high voltage power lines (both primary and secondary feeders) which can produce elevated levels – particularly in densely populated urban areas...

Indoor Air Quality VOCs 0

VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) Indoor Air Quality Contaminants and Health

VOCs, plastics, pesticides and other solvent vapors which contribute to poor indoor air quality, allergies, illness, airborne toxicity and carcinogenic risk.   NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC CHEMICALS VOCs – can be classified by boiling points...

Oxygen Indoor Air Quality 2

Indoor Air Quality Testing: Oxygen Levels and Oxygen Deprivation Effects

One metric that is commonly overlooked in air quality studies is the oxygen percentage in the indoor environment with respect to normal atmospheric composition and how sensitive the human body is to this level....

Radon Gas in Homes Causes Up to 7 X More Deaths than Asbestos 0

Radon Gas in Homes Causes Up to 7 X More Deaths than Asbestos

An often overlooked aspect of air quality testing, particularly in Texas cities such as Dallas / Fort Worth, Houston and Austin is checking for the presence of radon gas which is a proven carcinogen....