What does home mean to you?
Perhaps it's somewhere to enjoy happy times with loved ones.
Somewhere to heal from life's illnesses.
Or maybe somewhere to raise a family.
Whatever it means to you, everyone wants their home to be a safe space. So, with today’s ever increasing exposure to EMFs, it is invaluable to find out what’s actually going on in your home and to empower yourself with the knowledge to be able to take steps to ensure it is the safe space you deserve it to be.
Whatever has brought you here, whether you have health concerns you think EMFs may be contributing to, you have children and are worried about how EMFs might be affecting them, or you’re anxious about living near a mobile phone tower, I want you to know I’ve been there and want to help.
What to expect during a survey:
During a home survey I will reveal the electromagnetic fields you're currently being exposed to. We will investigate the daytime areas of your home but the priority will be the bedrooms. Your sleeping environment is most important as it's while you sleep that your body recovers from the stresses and exposures of the day. We'll use biologically-based exposure standards to understand what your exposure means and then we'll explore the steps that can be taken to create a healthier, more healing home environment
There are many things which can be done to easily avoid exposure which often don’t cost anything or are very cheap to put into place. I will go through these during the course of the assessment. When it’s not possible to avoid exposure I will talk through options you have when it comes to mitigation and work out a plan that best suits your situation and budget.
An EMF Home Survey includes:
A thorough survey of the home measuring Radio Frequency, Magnetic and Electric Fields and Dirty Electricity. Surveys can take can easily take 3-4 hours (and often even longer). There’s a lot to cover, but don’t worry I will take it at your pace and will always be happy to answer any questions you may have.
A full EMF Home Survey report for future reference
Advice on steps to be taken to mitigate exposure
Three month follow-up support