Joe Darnell is the owner of Flutter Busters, an EMF home inspection company. Joe has been speaking on the topic of EMFs for years after losing his seven year old daughter to a glioblastoma. Shortly after her diagnosis it was confirmed that she was sensitive to electromagnetic frequencies. Both her home and school were tested and shown to be extremely EMF toxic. Joe has dedicated his life to helping people make their home environments safe. Not only does he offer virtual home inspections, but he is also available for on-site home inspections of your home, work, or school.
Virtual Home Inspections are the perfect way to test your home for EMF toxicity, especially if you are on a budget. The advantages are that you get access to some of the best testing equipment on the market and you’ll receive one-on-one guidance and remediation advice through a skype consultation.
You will receive the following equipment to use:
-HF 35C – This measures wireless frequencies and is used for detection of smart meters, WiFi, phones, Bluetooth and cordless phones. (Item is returned after consultation).
-Trifield 100XE – Used to measure magnetic fields in the home and see if there are problem areas. (Item is returned after consultation).
-Fluke 189 – This is used to measure contact current running through your body. (Item is returned after consultation).
-Microsurge meter – This will measure dirty electricity in your outlets. (You keep this meter after the consultation).
Joe Darnell will walk you through testing over the phone or via Skype, and review all of your tests results with you. He will explain what the results mean as well as what action needs to be taken to address each reading.
Upon contacting Joe Darnell, a credit card number will need to be put on file for the rental equipment. Equipment that is not returned will be charged at the following rates:
-HF 35C – $350
-Trifield 100XE – $125
-Fluke 189 – $400
Shipping and return shipping of these items is simple! Joe will send the items out to you and you’ll just need adhere the designated label to return the equipment. Best practice is to have the equipment arrive on a Friday to allow you to complete the testing over the weekend and then return the equipment on Monday.
*Once purchased additional shipping costs may be incurred depending on location and insurance options. Joe Darnell will discuss this specifically with you.