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PROFESSIONAL EMF ASSESSMENT

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Helping you make wise decisions and avoid costly mistakes!

The most comprehensive, detailed
& informative Home - EMF - IEQ 
Inspections available in Alberta

What is power frequency EMF, and how does it compare to other types of fields?

 

The electromagnetic spectrum covers an enormous range of frequencies. These frequencies are expressed in cycles per second (Hz=Hertz). Electric power is in the extremely low-frequency range, which includes frequencies below 3000Hz. (60Hz in North America, 50Hz in most other places). The higher the frequency, the shorter the distance between one wave and the next, and the greater the amount of energy in the field. Microwave frequency fields, with wavelengths of several inches, have enough energy to cause heating in conducting material. Still, higher frequencies like X-rays cause ionization- the breaking down of molecular bonds, which damages genetic material. In comparison, power frequency fields have wavelengths of more than 3100 miles (5000 km) and consequently have very low energy levels that do not cause heating or ionization.

What is Electromagnetic Radiation - EMR  & Electromagnetic Fields - EMF

Power lines, electrical wiring, and appliances all produce electric and magnetic fields. EMFs are invisible lines of force that surround any electrical device. Electric and magnetic fields have different properties and possibly different ways of causing biological effects. Note that while electric fields are easily shielded or weakened by conducting objects (trees, buildings, and human skin), magnetic fields are not. However, both electric and magnetic fields weaken with increasing distance from the source.

Helping you make wise decisions and avoid costly mistakes!

What is Included

 

We pay particular attention to sleeping areas, home offices, children’s play areas or other high-use areas of the home. Includes  EMF measurements on floor plan along with a discussion of significant and noteworthy findings and strategies, and recommendations for reducing electromagnetic exposures in the home.
Typical complete home EMF assessment includes:

 

  • 20 minute EMF 101 Introduction – What are we measuring and why?
  • Thorough EMF assessment of 3 high use areas of the home, including:
    • Body voltage (in sleeping areas)
    • Electrical EMF measurements (both AC magnetic and AC electric fields)
    • Wireless technology
    • Dirty electricity

 

  • A general sweep of the home for EMF hot spots
  • Cell tower map with the number of antennas on each tower within 1 km of home
  • Handwritten summary of measurements and sources of EMF (formal report available for additional cost)
  • EMF Exposure Guidelines Canada and Worldwide
  • EMF Building Biology Guidelines for Sleeping Areas

A typical home with two bedrooms takes approximately five hours to conduct the complete home EMF and

Cost $561 + GST

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