Here are 10 Reasons to conduct an EMF Survey before Buying a New House


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Smart homebuyers rule out all possible contingencies before making an offer on a home. That process includes an Electromagnetic Field (EMF) detection survey. Among the main EMF sources are cell phone masts, power lines and substations. Protect your health and that of your family members from potential health risks of EMF pollution by scheduling a radiation test.

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Reason 1:

People in ill health are more likely to be affected by low frequency EMFs. They may experience symptoms such as headaches, insomnia and fatigue where EMF values are high. If anyone in your household is especially vulnerable to health risks, including infants and the elderly, you need an EMF survey before moving in to a new home.
Reason 2:

A multitude of studies suggests a link between EMF exposure and brain cancer. Although a definitive causal relationship has yet to be scientifically proven, anecdotal evidence also points to a higher risk of leukemia in children who have been exposed over a period of time.
Reason 3:

EMFs may pose a significant health risk during pregnancy, both to you and to your baby. If you are planning to start a family, or if your children are beginning to have children of their own, you will feel better about your home environment if you have had a survey and know for sure you are within acceptable limits for EMFs.
Reason 4:

Levels of EMFs in the environment have gone up steadily since electricity became the norm in homes and businesses. Rapid technological advances in the past few decades have increased EMF dangers to human health. Because these fields are impossible to detect on sight, it is more important than ever to quantify the dangers in a new home and neighbourhood with a survey.
Reason 5:

You have your own natural electromagnetic field. Your nervous system communicates with the rest of your body through electronic impulses. Many of your metabolic functions, including digestion and circulation, rely on chemical reactions that generate such impulses. Artificially generated EMFs, from low-frequency fields to RF impulses, can wreak havoc with your body’s metabolism, compromising your immune system. A pre-purchase survey is a smart way to gauge the possibility of this risk.
Reason 6:

People have published more than 25,000 articles focusing on the effects of non-ionizing radiation over the past three decades. If EMF dangers are garnering that much attention from the scientists and scholars throughout the world, they are something you should be checking into. Your best strategy is getting profession advice on EMF danger before purchasing a new house.
Reason 7:

In general, research shows that long-term exposure to high levels of EMFs affects your health. Therefore, although EMFs are virtually everywhere, it is important to confirm that your primary place of residence, where you will likely live for years to come, is within the safe range for EMFs.
Reason 8:

Faulty wiring is a potential source of EMFs in your home. Of course, your building inspector will check all the outlets to verify they have power, but sometimes, a wiring problem is difficult to identify during a cursory inspection. Because wiring problems can heighten the strength of the EMF in your home, they are not only safety hazards but also health risks. If a survey reveals an EMF that is stronger than normal, it may be due to a wiring issue you need to know about.

 

Reason 9:

Higher frequency EMFs can interfere with cell phone and WiFi reception. If you rely on clear connectivity for work or other reasons, you don’t want to live in a home where the EMF causes interference. A survey will reveal such potential problems.
Reason 10:

The resale value of a home is likely to be lower if you have an EMF problem. Thinking ahead to the time when you will be selling the home you plan to purchase, it is more than likely that potential buyers would hire someone to investigate the EMFs in and around your home. If the risk level is too high, you will have trouble getting a good return on your investment.
When you are buying a home, you want to be certain it is a healthy, safe environment for you and your children. You hire a professional home inspector to check the property. You should also have an EMF survey done to verify that any electromagnetic fields in or near the property are within acceptable standards for human health.


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