Formaldehyde is a common chemical used in building materials and even household products. It can be found both indoors and outdoors. The most common sources of formaldehyde are homes that contain smokers and fuel-burning appliances that are not venting properly. Particleboards, shelves, and cabinets are just a few items found in the household that may have formaldehyde. A form of formaldehyde foam insulation was most commonly used in homes up until the late 1980's when it was determined that this was a concern due to health problems so it was taken off the residential market. This type of insulation has a dark yellow color. If you have questions on whether your home contains this type of insulation, give us a call today and we can help.
One of the most common hazards that can be found in the household is lead. In fact, a range of items at home has traces of this poisonous element. A highly dangerous metal, it can cause serious nerve damage and severe blood and brain disorders, especially in young children. Since many older residential properties may contain lead paint or piping as well as high concentrations of lead in the soil, it is important to have your home tested for lead to keep your family safe.
At California Environmental Forensic Inspections, LLC, your safety is our priority. We have families of our own and we will never gamble with your family's safety. The report will be given to you will be complete, detailed, and accurate. During our inspection, we'll test the exterior, structure, roofing, electrical, plumbing, insulation, major appliances, and other areas of your home for lead contamination. If lead is found to be present, we have the knowledge and the tools to removed it a timely and safe manner. Within 24 hours of inspection, we will provide you with a PDF lead report via email with details of all the findings at the inspected area. We are fully licensed and insured to offer services at competitive rates. Arrange an inspection today.