Allergen Screening

Is Your Home a Source of Indoor Allergens?

Many people with allergies and asthma think of their home as a safe. Unfortunately, homes carry their own unique allergens such as dust mites, animal dander and cockroaches. Doctors believe these indoor triggers are a major source of asthma and allergy symptoms.

Protect your family with a Allergen Screen

  1. Comprehensive laboratory testing:
    • Pollen, grass, ragweed
    • Algae, diatoms, fern, moss, spores, fungus
    • Cat/Dog Dander, insect parts, skin cell fragments
    • Dust mites
    • Fiberglass, soot, rusts, carbon
    • Mold spores
  2. Household allergen assessment:
    • HVAC system
    • Dust levels
    • Flooring
    • Bedding

Frequently Asked Questions about Allergen Screening

What type of report will I receive with my inspection?

Your report will outline the results of the laboratory testing and allergen assessment. Key trouble spots are highlighted throughout the report for quick reference. Additionally, a list of recommendations for your home is provided.

How quickly will I have my results?

Laboratory results are available within 5 to 7 work days from your inspection.

When is Allergen screen recommended?

If you or your family members experience symptoms associated with allergies, Allergen Screen can provide valuable resources in your fight for better health. Often our clients request our services after meeting with their physician or allergist.