You could try contacting the Lovelace Institute in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
They specialize in inhalation toxicology and might well know who could
test your house for you.
Whatever you do, I suggest you consult a scientist rather than a
At 07:24 AM 9/5/1999 -0700, Jim Henzler wrote:
>Does anyone know if U.S. cities offer any kind of toxic testing for
>homeowners? My wife and I have lived in our home here in Phoenix, AZ for
>the past 10 years....we've been sick off and on for most of that time. I'm
>beginning to suspect that the builder might have used some type of toxic
>construction materials. Checking around the neighborhood, I find that
>others have been experiencing medical problems; moreso than they had
> As a footnote, houseplants that we purchase die off within 3 months for no
>> If anyone has any information or knows of any toxic screening for
>homeowners, please contact me. Thanks for your time.
>squeak at swlink.net>>>>>