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Anywhere you spend a lot of time can impact your health based on the air quality you breathe in. So, what should we do to ensure they’re healthy? Dust testing.

To help maximize our wellness and avoid environmental exposures, we should test the dust in these spaces to determine if they’re filled with contaminants like mold, mycotoxins, bacteria, and more. 

Why Dust Testing?

Gravity brings particles like mold spores, mycotoxins, and endotoxins down to horizontal surfaces like floors, doorframes, and furniture. Where dust collects, so do these indoor contaminants.

Testing this dust will help determine what’s hanging out in your home. It can indicate if a problem needs to be addressed or give you peace of mind that you’re hanging out in a safe environment. 

What Should You Use for Dust Testing?

The Dust Test will help you know if there’s a problem before spending thousands of dollars trying to find one (both medically and in your home). And, if there is a problem, the data will indicate what you’re being exposed to before your inspector comes so that you can ensure they will find where it’s coming from. 

Traditionally, inspectors conduct dust testing while they’re inside the home. By the time the results come back, though, they’re long gone and working for the next client. This can confuse you and wonder if they really "got it all" while collecting data. With The Dust Test, we help you identify the mold, bacteria, and biotoxins in the home that the inspector needs to find sources of. This data is crucial for successful remediation protocols because it provides the information needed to properly remove all sources of contamination from the home and ensure you and your family have a healthy environment that supports ongoing well-being.

The sooner you find and remediate the contamination, the less exposure you’ll face, and the less likely it is that another problem will develop elsewhere.

Bonus Tip: It’s a good idea to annually conduct dust testing in any space you spend a lot of time in, including the workplace. This will give you peace of mind that you’re not dealing with exposure from hidden sources throughout the environment. 

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