Today, one person in ten suffers from headaches or high blood pressure. Birth defects are on the rise. One out of every five people will get cancer during their lifetime, a 26 percent increase in the last two decades according to the National Cancer Society. In addition to cancer, environmental pollution is suspected to be a major cause of asthma, emphysema, nervous disorders, and there is speculation that it might also figure into puzzling diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Overwhelming media attention and newly enacted legislation regarding life threatening home and office pollutants has heightened consumer awareness, which created the demand for environmental home safety test kits…
- PRO-LAB® is a leading manufacturer of a complete line of home safety test kits. Each test kit provides precise measurement of specific life threatening pollutants.
- PRO-LAB® test kits contain all of the necessary materials to detect contaminants within the home or office. All analyses are performed by PRO-LAB® or by PRO-LAB® recognized certified laboratories in compliance with State and Federal lab methods.
- PRO-LAB® is an environmental conscious company and all of the test kits are consumer friendly and completely non-toxic.
- PRO-LAB® is not owned by or beholden to any company selling pollution abatement services or air or water treatment devices.
We care about your safety!
Every day more Americans are concerned about the mounting environmental health hazards faced by indoor pollution. This is primarily due to the overwhelming media attention and newly enacted legislation regarding these life-threatening pollutants. Some of the major causes of these pollutants are the construction of more tightly sealed buildings with reduced ventilation and the use of synthetic building materials and furnishings. Today, one person in ten suffers from headaches or high blood pressure. Birth defects are on the rise. One out of every five people will get cancer during their lifetime, a 26 percent increase in the last two decades according to the National Cancer Society. In addition to cancer environmental pollution is suspected to be a major cause of asthma, emphysema, nervous disorders, and there is speculation that it might also figure into puzzling diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. For these reasons, Professional Laboratories, Inc. developed the PRO-LAB® brand home safety test kits.
The PRO-LAB® brand test kits will help prevent health risks by identifying dangerous pollutants in the air, water, and surface areas in homes, schools, and offices. The PRO-LAB® brand test kits are accurate and reliable, and offer consumers tests that meet or even exceed state, federal and EPA guidelines. The PRO-LAB® brand test kits provide both qualitative and quantitative results: revealing the presence and exact count of pollutants. By informing concerned end-users of the true extent of their problems, PRO-LAB® reinforces their brand’s recognition as the authority in home safety testing industry.
PRO-LAB® Laboratories are inspected, licensed, recognized, accredited, certified, affiliated with, endorsed by and/or proficiency tested by a number of governmental agencies and independent associations, both past and/or present, including but not limited to the following:
AAB American Association of Bioanalysts
AARST American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists
AIA Americas Inspector Alliance
AIAQC American Indoor Air Quality Council
AIHA-LAP American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA EMPAT # 163230)
ASHI American Society of Home Inspectors
ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers
CREIA California Real Estate Inspectors Association
ESA Environmental Solutions Association
FABI Florida Association of Home Inspectors
GAHI Georgia Association of Home Inspectors
IAQA Indoor Air Quality Association
IDOPH Iowa Department of Public Health
IESO Indoor Environmental Standards Organization
KREIA Kentucky Real Estate Inspectors Association
TAREI Texas Association of Real Estate Inspectors
ISDOH Indiana State Department of Health
LEHA The Lead and Environmental Hazards Association
MDOHC State of Maine Department of Human Services
NACHI National Association of Certified Home Inspectors
NADCA National Air Duct Cleaners Association
NAHI National Association of Home Inspectors
NEHA National Environmental Health Association
NFPA National Fire Protection Association
NJDEP New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
NLAAC National Lead Abatement and Assessment Council
NRSB National Radon Safety Board
NYSDOH New York State Department of Health
ODOH State of Ohio Department of Health
PDEP Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
WQA Water Quality Association