EMF Utah – EMF Inspections and Consulting for a Healthier, Safer HomeWe service Salt Lake City, Park City and a good portion of the Wasatch Range.
“The modern human lives in a cesspool of man-made electromagnetic radiation.”- Steven Magee
THE EMF/EMR SURVEY PROCESSLearn more about the steps in completing an EMF/EMR survey.
01 - Contact Us
Contact us first with your problems or concerns. This will help determine if our company is a good fit to serve you and whether an EMF survey would be a good course of action.
02 - Schedule a Survey
After speaking with you, we’ll schedule an appointment to conduct the EMF survey.
The EMF surveys can take anywhere from 2-5 hours depending on factors such as the size of the building, electrical panel access, etc…
03 - EMF Survey
On the scheduled day, please plan on being at the survey location, so we can explain our findings. During the survey, if stipulated, we can look for four EMFs that are commonly found in people’s homes and apartments:
Magnetic Fields, Electric Fields, Radio Frequency Sources, and Dirty Electricity.
04 – EMF Survey – Magnetic Fields
Magnetic fields are commonly caused by electrical wiring errors, proximity to overhead power lines and grounding sources, such as stray electrical current on water pipes.
05 – EMF Survey – Electric Fields
Un-shielded electrical wiring (commonly known as ROMEX), is the main culprit for electrical fields. This can be an issue for the electrical circuits that service sleeping areas.
06 – EMF Survey – Radio Frequency Fields
Radio frequency fields are caused by wireless devices. Common examples of these are cell phones, wifi routers, cordless telephones, computers, tablets, smart electric meters, smart gas meters, and cell phone towers.
07 – EMF Survey – Dirty Electricity
Dirty electricity can be caused by CFLs (compact fluorescent lamps), dimmer switches and computers, among other things.
These can sometimes be reduced by utilizing filters.
08 – Post-Survey Report
After conducting the EMF survey, we write down our recommendations and sit down with you to go over them. This gives us a good opportunity to discuss our findings and answer any questions you may have.