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Testing Services


At Safe Home Environmental we take advantage of the best technology available. Thermal imaging produces images of invisible heat energy emitted from objects and systems in the building and allows us to measure it.

radon testing

Our radon testing equipment is the most advanced technology available to quickly detect radon gas levels in your home. Radon decay particles (RDP) put everyone at risk for lung cancer. Schedule your test today.

Water testing

Water testing services identify and measure contaminants in water to ensure safety, monitor quality, and comply with regulations.

Mold testing

Our mold testing service uses advanced technology to identify mold growth and provide you with expert advice on remediation and prevention. Protect your home or business from the harmful effects of mold and breathe clean air. Schedule your mold testing service today.

Lead testing

Lead – If you have a property that was built prior to 1978 there is a good chance that it may contain lead-based materials. Safe Home Environmental uses the EPA-certified D-Lead test kit to verify the presence of lead in a property.

Meth Testing

New legislation passed in 2021 expanded the requirement of property owners to notify perspective renters or buyers of contamination with meth residue. The law also modified the decontamination standard from < 0.1 ug/100 cm2 to < 1.5 ug/100 cm2.

Asbestos testing

Asbestos can be a problem in your home if you are doing a remodel or if there is asbestos in a material that is deteriorating. Testing for asbestos is done by taking a bulk sample(s) and sending it to the lab for analysis if you suspect asbestos to be an issue.

Sewer Scope

When considering the purchase or sale of an older home it is a good idea to scope the sewer to see if there are any issues. A sewer scope can find breaks in the sewer pipe as well as roots or blockages. The sewer scope can even identify the type of material that the sewer is made of.

Well Yield Testing

Well Yield Testing is the process of evaluating and determining the condition of a water well. This is important in ensuring the safety and quality of the water supply, as well as preventing potential problems down the line.

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Step One

Call us to talk about the services you are in need of. Select a possible day for a visit.

Step Two

After receiving your scheduled service email, enter the online portal to review and sign agreements.  

Step Three

Receive your detail report directly in your client portal. Make your payment through the portal as well.