Services

Residential Radon Mitigation

Waukesha, Wisconsin contains a high percentage of homes that are contaminated with radon. Wisconsin Department of Health Services’ figures reveal that between 10 and 60 percent of homes in parts of Waukesha County have recorded radon levels above 4 pCi/L. This is the level at which the Environmental Protection Agency recommends homeowners seek radon mitigation assistance from a qualified professional.

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Commercial Radon Mitigation

Elevated levels of radon gas are prevalent throughout Wisconsin. Waukesha County is an area identified by the Environmental Protection Agency as having the highest potential for indoor radon screening at levels that can be harmful to health. If you run a business in Waukesha, Wisconsin, you may be concerned that your commercial properties contain high levels of radon gas.

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Waterborne Radon Reduction

Radon is most commonly associated with indoor air quality, because radon causes lung diseases, including lung cancer. However, air-borne radon contamination is only one of the risks faced by residents and business owners in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Radon can also enter residential and business premises through the water supply. With radon having no taste, smell, or color, the only way to know whether your water supply contains radon is to run a test.

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Air Purification Systems

No matter how hard you clean your Waukesha, Wisconsin home, you will be unable to eliminate all the air-borne pollutants if you run an air handling system to heat or cool your home. Micro-organisms, bacteria, and viruses thrive in the processed air and are circulated around your home by the air handling system.

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Services For Realtors

Buying and selling a residential property in Waukesha, Wisconsin places a lot of demands on those involved. Moving home is recognized as one of the most stressful life events that individuals can experience. Amid the negotiations and legalities, it is important to remember to carry out checks on the radon levels within the property.

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