Our Indoor Air Services
Radon is a radioactive gas and byproduct of Radium in the soil. The accumulation of gas in your home can cause damage to lung tissue. Long-term exposure to high concentrated gas has been proven to cause lung cancer.
Vapor Intrusion (VOCs)
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) from chemical spills and industrial toxins can migrate underground and into the air in homes and buildings near a contaminated site. Exposure to toxins can cause acute or chronic health issues, including respiratory problems and cancers.
Exposure to mold can cause a number of health issues such as throat irritation, nasal stuffiness, eye irritation, cough and wheezing, as well as skin irritation and neurological issues in extreme cases.
Radon Mitigation System Design & Installation
Radon problem? We have completed over 15,000 successful mitigations since 1986.
Radon Mitigation System Maintenance
Is your system functioning properly? Let us guide you through the diagnostic process.
Health Risks of Radon Gas Exposure
The primary health risk associated with the presence of radon gas is due to the solid particles into which radon decays. It is these radon decay products (or progeny) that actually “stick” in the lungs, making them likely to remain in the lungs for an extended period as they continue to decay. This can cause an increased potential for lung cancer, and the sensitive tissue in the lung will be exposed to multiple alpha decays within the span of an hour.