Serving Dallas - Fort Worth and North East Texas

Please contact Casey Woodward
214-533-7445 (text or phone)

EMF Exposure Testing

We specialize in dealing with individuals. using industrial hygiene techniques, who are experiencing health symptoms and may be exposed to radiation through electromagnetic fields (EMF), radio frequency (RF) and dirty electricity. 

We work closely with environmental doctors, others in the health industry and directly with individuals to correct or prevent exposure.

Your home is filled with radiation.  The only question is; “how high are the levels“?  To find out your levels of radiation, you will need to test.  To do a proper test, you will need to test for several things.

1. Electromagnetic Fields, Radio Frequencies

Smart meters, bad wiring, power lines, cell phone towers, radio stations and much more produce non-ionizing radiation. 

Like radon, these contaminants can cause cancer according to many.  Unlike radon, noticeable health symptoms may be experienced, like ...

  • headaches
  • tiredness
  • fatigue
  • fast heart rate
  • ringing in ears
  • chest pressure
  • brain fog
  • skin disorders
  • and more

2.  Dirty Electricity (Electromagnetic Interference)

What is dirty electricity?  It is electromagnetic pollution called transients and harmonics - operating in the 4 to 100 kilohertz frequency range - which contaminate the electrical supply. It is also known as electromagnetic interference (EMI).  It refers to powerful, high frequency electrical energy traveling along the wiring in buildings where only standard 60-Hertz AC electricity should be. This electrical pollution can contain up to 2,500 times the energy of standard electricity.

3.  Ionizing Radiation

Ionizing radiation is a type of energy released by atoms in the form of electromagnetic waves or particles.  Most understand ionizing radiation from X-ray machines or nuclear plants, but radiation is inside and outside the home.  It can come from dishes, concrete, granite countertops and other building materials. 

The most common way indoor radiation occurs is the use of building products made fully or partial from rock.  Another indirect or direct source is planting soil and fertilizers.

Meet Your Inspector

Inspector CaseCase Woodward has years of experience testing indoor air quality, mold inspections, lead paint testing, Radon and EMF testing and has all his licenses where required.  

“Casey was very prompt, professional, and informative. The experience was pleasant and he answered our questions and had suggestions for us going forward. We are greatly relieved and informed. Companies like this put integrity back in the mix. Thank you!” – Elizabeth G.,  Dallas


Q: How much does a radiation exposure test cost?

$395.  This is a flat rate that includes all testing cost.  We do not try and upsell you on additional things once we're there.  In other words, no surprises.  The air testing is not just in one spot, but in multiple spots throughout the home.  So roughly 50+ test will be done.

If you would like to add radon testing in your home in addition to the above, the additional cosst would be $150.00.  This is done by leaving an instrument on location for 48 hours. 

Q: How long will it take

You should allow one hour, but testing should take 30 to 45 minutes. 

If you choose to include the radon test, than the first visit will be as noted above, while the second visit will be 48+ hours later.  The second visit will only take a few minutes.

Q:  I'm buying a house and have less than 10 days to get results.  Can this be done?

Yes.  All results are known instantly, except the radon results, which will be known 48 hours later.

Q:  What forms of payment do you accept?

Check, cash or credit cards are accepted.  Payment is made on the first visit.