Reserve a Home Assessment
before the sale ends...
Deposit for Whole House EMF Home Assessment
After paying through Paypal you will be directed to a form to submit your information for scheduling.
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. We’ll use professional grade meters designed to assess how much radiation your body is absorbing. We will look at 4 main types of EMFs:
Caused by cell towers, smart meters, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, mobile phones, cordless phones, baby monitors, smart appliances and more
Caused by voltage in your home’s wiring which radiates 6 feet from the walls and pulses 60 times per second
Caused by current on nearby power lines, faulty wiring in your home or even from faulty wiring in your neighbor’s home
Erratic frequencies of electricity caused by solar panels, smart meters, battery chargers, computers, TVs, CFL bulbs, dimmer switches and more
What can I expect?
You will learn how to assess each type. We’ll investigate all areas of your house together, focusing on the spaces in your home you spend the most time.
The most attention will be paid to sleeping spaces, where healthy levels are the most crucial. Not only do we spend one third of our lives in bed, but more importantly, 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.
We will develop a personalized action plan to restore your environment to an optimal state. We only recommend verifiable solutions proven to be effective. Our report will be tailored to prioritize the changes with the biggest impact first. You will receive ongoing support as you move forward with implementing changes to protect yourself and your family.
$230 $184 for a full EMF home assessment including one bedroom
$50 $40 for each additional bedroom assessed
Additional mileage charge of $.75 per mile for homes more than 30 miles from downtown Portland