Allergens Dust

Dust testing for your allergens

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Are dog, cat, rat, mouse, or dust mites your allergen dust triggers? we can test for That!

If your Allergist or Medical Team find you are allergic to specific animals, then dust testing is worthwhile to test your home, office, or vehicle for the presence of animal allergens.

Many people are allergic to dust that usually contains molds, pollen, cockroach parts, and dust mites. This dust will be found in highest levels in carpeting and carpets as well as upholstered furniture.By working with your medical team, we can identify the allergy triggers in your home, office, or vehicle.​

MARIA dust testing will show the presence of dog and cat dander, mouse and rodent feces and urine, and dust mites by type.

If your Allergist or Medical Team find you are allergic to specific animals, then it is worthwhile to test your home, office, or vehicle for the presence of animal allergens.

Many people are allergic to dust that usually contains molds, pollen, cockroach parts, and dust mites. This dust will be found in highest levels in carpeting and carpets as well as upholstered furniture.

ERMI dust testing will show the presence of mold by species.

The main problem with ERMI testing stems from it being a composite sample. There is no way to identify the source of the mold. There is no way to tell if the mold is airborne and you are breathing it. Here’s an example: there is mold growth on damp shower tile wall. The levels from a swab sample are very high. However, no mold spores were found in the air sampled. Had we relied on an ERMI dust test and a mold swab sample we would recommend the shower be torn out and replaced. Very expensive. But the real problem is humidity and it can easily be fixed with a working exhaust fan and vinegar on a paper towel removing the mold growth on the shower. Significant savings for the property owner!

If dust mites are your primary concern, there are less expensive tests than MARIA that show dust mites.

If your Allergist or Medical Team find you are allergic to specific animals, then dust testing is worthwhile to test your home, office, or vehicle for the presence of animal allergens.

Many people are allergic to dust that usually contains molds, pollen, cockroach parts, and dust mites. This dust will be found in highest levels in carpeting and carpets as well as upholstered furniture.By working with your medical team, we can identify the allergy triggers in your home, office, or vehicle.