Allergy Testing

Allergies and asthma testing in HoustonTest for Allergies / Allergens

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People are allergic to a wide range of insects, plants, animals, and other materials and products. But, what if your allergies are caused by something in your home or office that is preventable and detectable? How we test for Indoor Allergens (Allergy Testing):

  • We perform several types of allergen tests,
  • The most common test is the MARIA (Multiplex Array for Indoor Allergens) a.k.a. ‘Allergen Screen’,
  • This simple, yet informative test will determine if elevated levels of some common allergens exist in your home, and
  • If elevated levels are found, we provide you with specific instructions on how to properly, safely, and easily rid your home of these allergy causing agents.

Please contact us to schedule allergy testing for your home or office.

Our Most Common Allergy Testing Service

The “Allergen Screen” tests your Houston home for the following common and potentially problematic allergens: Cat, Dog, Dust Mite, and Cockroach. Bear in mind that your home can have significant or even high levels of these allergens even if you don’t see visible evidence. For example, Cat allergens are “sticky”. This means that even if you don’t own a cat, the previous occupants many have. And, unless the walls and ceiling and other surfaces were professionally cleaned, those “sticky” allergens will remain. Contact us for testing and start feeling better!

Click to see a sample lab report — Sample ELISA Allergy Report

Want more detailed information about these allergens?

Our environmental consultants have the knowledge and experience to assess indoor allergen problems.  A summary of our testing to address indoor allergens:

  • Allergen MARIA Screen – Multiplex Array for Indoor Allergens (MARIA) analysis for a combination of Cat, Dog, Dust Mite and Cockroach allergens. There are 3 sampling methods possible: Bulk, Dust, or Polycarbonate Air Filter Cassette.
  • Airborne Mold Testing – Indicates whether or not the indoor air has become secondarily contaminated by mold spores which can be generated by reservoirs of indoor mold growth. Mold growth is one of the most common indoor air quality problems.
  • Other Airborne Biological Particles and Allergens Analysis – Indicates whether certain allergens (such as pollen, dust, fibers, insect parts, dust mites) are airborne. Airborne skin cell counts can be an indicator of the overall cleanliness of an environment. Other particulates are identified and quantified (includes synthetic fibers, fiberglass fibers, pollen, insect parts, dust mites, and others).

NOTICE: These tests do not include every potential allergen; however, these tests will identify the most frequently occurring indoor allergens and most commonly problematic for allergy sufferers.

If you are having asthma or allergy symptoms in your office or home in Houston, contact us to perform professional, allergy testing. These allergens are easy to detect. And, they are easy to remedy!

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