Healthy Home Assessment

Comprehensive Healthy Home Assessment

An Industry-Leading Comprehensive Assessment from SENERGY360, LLC

The Healthy Home Assessment is one of our most popular services. We provide you with the resources and knowledge necessary to create a healthy home environment.

  • Our assessments typically take one to two days depending on the complexities,
    involvement, and the size of the project. Our on-site assessment provides in-depth insights from a Building Biologist perspective, covering everything from rooftop to foundation.
  • In our assessment, we conduct basic measurements of on-site EMF conditions and mold sampling, along with indoor air quality (IAQ) measurements, including total volatile organic compounds (TVOC) and formaldehyde.
  • The EMR/EMF and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) aspects within the Healthy Home Assessment scope are presented as an overview only. This part of the assessment helps identify potential short and long-term issues, pinpointing premature failures or anything that may pose potential adverse health effects for our clients. These are opportunitiesfor further review.
  • This comprehensive assessment includes recommendations outlined in our Healthy Home Assessment Checklist below (This is a one- time onsite inspection for each project.
  • We offer extended support beyond the assessments. Our clients will have the
    opportunity to retain our services to provide our exclusive Healthy Protocols and Material Recommendations (HPMR).
  • For clients just looking for specific inspections we also offer EMRS and Environmental Indoor Air Quality and Mold Assessments separately.

All assessments may require a minimum of two (2) night stay hotel accommodations. Please review travel policy.

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Healthy Home Assessment Checklist:

Attic and Roof Inspection

  • Identify type of insulation
  • Inspect amount of dust collection
  • Inspect for air and water leaks
  • Inspect for visible mold 
  • Assure all vents are secure and venting  
  • Identify and understand the stack effect 
  • Inspect all flashings 
  • Assess window type and design 
  • Inspect window seals and sealants 

Building Structure

  • Framing and building components and design 
  • Flashing details 
  • Waterproofing / membranes
  • Type of insulation 
  • Window frame transitions 
  • Exterior walls
  • Transition from building to foundation 
  • Types of siding / cladding 
  • Drywall and paint
  • Foundations on slab or raised
  • Wall foundation transitions
  • Screeds and sill plates 
  • Vapor emissions
  • Inspect for vapor barriers
  • Potential leaks under foundation
  • Drainage away from foundations
  • Debris and overgrowth against building 
  • Potential water intrusion in basements and foundation

Electrical and Wiring Systems

  • Identify and note electrical panel location 
  • Smart meters 
  • Exposures to Electrical fields, AC Magnetic fields and MEP / Dirty electricity 
  • Inspect and identify wiring systems
  • Radio frequency Wi-Fi, 5G, Radio / Cell towers / measure all EMF fields inside and outside environment
  • Ensure proper grounding
  • Verify all ARC or GFI circuits 
  • Isolation of potential currents from all utilities 
  • Hard-wired low voltage wiring for communication

HVAC System Inspection

  • Condenser coils
  • Ductwork
  • Air filters
  • Air supply intakes, plenums and registers
  • Explaining the differences of UV purification and air filtration
  • Passive air flow design windows or mechanical
  • ERV, HRV dehumidifier systems
  • Explaining importance of static pressure and air balance
  • Air leaks from positive or negative pressure
  • Assure any intakes are clear from obstructions

Plumbing Systems

  • Locate plumbing map
  • Inspect plumbing coming into the home
  • Check plumbing condition for potential leaks
  • Inspect valves and supply lines to all fixtures 
  • Check all drains for leaks and proper draining
  • Check for water treatment and filters
  • Filter dates for replacement  
  • Quick test water quality 


  • Visual leaks
  • Proper carbon monoxide / dioxide venting 
  • Storage of gas / solvents
  • Amount of dust collection 
  • Cleaning chemicals
  • Mold 
  • Plumbing, drains 
  • Drywall and paint


  • IAQ, TVOC, Formaldehyde testing 
  • Mold
  • Bacteria
  • Cooking pollutants 
  • Proper hood venting and CFM sizing 
  • CO2 levels 
  • Cabinetry 
  • Water damage 
  • Sink plumbing 
  • Drainage 
  • Drywall, paint 
  • Water leaks from supply lines or appliances

Living Areas

  • IAQ, TVOC, Formaldehyde testing 
  • Flooring and carpet
  • Furniture outgassing 
  • Ventilation / Air flow 
  • Note if pets present in environment 
  • Smell test for mold following mold air sampling
  • Fireplace
  • Drywall 
  • Paint
  • Radon monitor


  • Measure CO, CO2 TVOC levels
  • Bed type and arrangement to electrical (measures ion exchange and body) voltage
  • Natural or synthetic materials
  • Flooring and carpet inspection
  • Air flow and ventilation 
  • Note if pets present in environment 
  • Smell test for mold following mold air sampling 
  • Fireplace
  • Drywall 
  • Paint


  • Proper mechanical vents
  • Mechanical operable windows 
  • Waterproofing systems 
  • Smell test for mold following mold air sampling
  • Cabinetry inspection 
  • Plumbing leaks 
  • Shower and tub tile enclosure mildew, mold draining
  • Ventilation
  • Type of flooring and condition 
  • Drywall and paint type and condition for wet areas 
  • Proper water drains