Environmental Testing for Residential Clients
Responsive. Accurate. Knowledgeable.
When you have an environmental issue in your home, it’s personal. We understand your concerns. You want accurate answers fast, as your health is at stake. RTK Environmental Group inspectors are professional, certified, licensed, fully insured, and can answer any questions you may have. Because RTK Environmental Group does not perform remediation or abatement services, our reports are unbiased and clearly written, helping you get back to normal faster.
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Mold is not only an allergen, but also a health hazard. Mold spreads spores that can make you sick. Our certified mold inspectors can help you discover what’s causing mold growth in your home, and give you a blueprint for remediation.
Lead poisoning is the #1 preventable childhood disease in the United States. Children can easily ingest household lead in paint chips, tap water, dust and the soil. RTK’s lead inspectors are licensed, certified and have over 25 years of experience of identifying lead hazards.
With asbestos, what you can’t see can hurt you. The most dangerous asbestos fibers are too small to be visible. Once inhaled, they lodge in the lungs forever. Our asbestos inspectors are highly trained and certified to conduct asbestos testing in residential settings.
The air inside your home may be more polluted than the air outside. Mold and VOCs are responsible for 90% of indoor air quality issues. RTK testing specialists find the root causes of your air quality problems and provide a detailed report with recommendations about resolving those issues.
Radon, formaldehyde, and volatile organic compounds are toxic substances that can cause health problems even when present at low levels. The professionals at RTK Environmental can make sure your home is safe from these hazards.
What is hiding in your water and soil can be harmful. Water testing and soil testing will confirm whether your soil and water supply contain lead, asbestos, radon, PCBs, and other environmental hazards that can cause serious health issues.
Dust—the kind you see everyday in homes and workplaces—is more than a nuisance. Dust regularly contains toxic particles that are harmful to human and pet health. A dust characterization test identifies unhealthy particles. Dust characterizations are especially important if you are in a construction zone.