Assessment services

The home assessment process

An assessment is a practical 3 hour learning experience in which you and your family will see your current exposure levels and learn how to fix it. We’ll use professional grade meters designed to assess how much radiation your body is absorbing. This gives you the most biologically relevant measurements.

What We Measure:

Radiofrequency Radiation

Caused by cell towers, smart meters, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, mobile phones, cordless phones, baby monitors, smart appliances and more

Electrical Fields

Caused by voltage in your home’s wiring which radiates 6 feet from the walls and pulses 60 times per second

Magnetic Fields

Caused by current on nearby power lines, faulty wiring in your home or even from faulty wiring in your neighbor’s home

Dirty Electricity

Erratic frequencies of electricity caused by solar panels, smart meters, battery chargers, computers, TVs, CFL bulbs, dimmer switches and more

Geopathic Stress

An excess of natural radiation from the ground, caused by water veins, fault lines, ground mixing, and Hartmann/Curry lines

What to Expect:

We begin with learning about the different types of EMFs and how to assess them. We investigate all areas of your house together, focusing on the spaces you spend the most time.

Got Skeptics in Your Home? Want Someone to Have an Eye-Opening Experience Directed By Someone Other Than You?

Skeptic or believer, experiencing the assessment first-hand will help you and your family understand the problem and get on board with proactive changes. Kids are welcome if you desire.

Sleep is the Secret Weapon

We’ll put the most attention on sleeping spaces, where healthy levels are the most crucial. Not only do we spend one third of our lives in bed, but that is also when our body longs to detox, rest and restore. This doesn’t work well when your body is constantly getting stress signals all night from the surrounding EMFs, telling it to do the opposite.

Solutions and Ongoing Support

We will develop a personalized action plan to restore your environment to an optimal state. We offer the highest quality, verifiable solutions with a 40 year history of success. Your action plan will be tailored to fit your budget. At the end of an assessment, our clients know what to do and what order to do it in. You will receive ongoing support as you move forward with implementing changes to protect yourself and your family.


$280 for a full EMF home assessment including one bedroom

+ $50 for each additional bedroom assessed

Additional mileage charge of $.75 per mile for homes more than 30 miles from downtown Portland

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House shopping?

Some EMFs are not fixable, know before you commit.

Got questions?

We offer free 15 minute phone consultations.

  • What’s the best consumer EMF meter?
  • How close is too close to power lines? A cell tower?

Ask any EMF related questions with no obligation.

Buying or Renting a New Home?

House shopping is an ideal time to look at radiation. Most EMFs can be mitigated, but some cannot. Know what you are buying.

It's Easy to Screen Properties on Your Own

If you don’t already own an EMF meter, in most cases we recommend getting this meter and course on how to use it. This will equip you to avoid any unfixable EMF problems in your new home. After you purchase the home, we can schedule a full home assessment to address any fixable EMF problems and optimize your new environment.

Pre-Purchase Assessment

If you prefer a professional opinion before buying, a pre-purchase assessment is a condensed version of the full home assessment. We’ll spend one hour evaluating only the types of radiation that are potential deal breakers:

  • Magnetic Fields from power lines or a neighbors wiring
  • Radio frequency radiation from cell towers
  • Electrical fields in sleeping areas



Additional mileage charge of $.75 per mile for homes more than 30 miles from downtown Portland