Radon abatement

Radon is an odorless gas that causes cancer. Unfortunately, it is nearly undetectable as you cannot see it, taste it or smell it. However, it is very dangerous as it is a radioactive gas that is the second leading cause of cancer. If you are unsure of whether or not your home or commercial building has high levels of radon, then you first need to get it tested as most homes in the USA have some level of radon in them. In fact, 1 in 3 homes in the USA that were tested in seven different states were found to have high levels of radon in them. So, it is very likely that you and your family are currently being exposed to radon. However, if you own a commercial building, then you must get it tested for radon levels as you cannot be responsible for an office building or a retail building without following radon testing codes.

If you own a commercial building, then you will need to do the proper testing in order to see the amount of radon that you have in your building as well as the amount of radon that is found in certain areas of your building. You will also want to follow up on any findings that you have with radon in your commercial building. There are many things to look for when trying to find the right commercial radon abatement services for your commercial building. radon reduction systems

First, you will want to be sure that the radon remediation company that you choose has experience with working with your particular type of building. For example, radon remediation companies that offer services in commercial radon remediation should have experience in radon remediation for a variety of commercial buildings such as offices, warehouses, and manufacturing structures. If you own a school or vocational school, then you will want to be sure that they have experience with abatement services for these types of structures.

Second, you will want to find a commercial radon abatement team that has specialized solutions for your needs. This includes the involvement of environmental engineers to ensure that your radon abatement needs are met in the most environmentally friendly manner as well as the most up to date engineering capabilities for radon reduction systems and radon removal. You can find such solutions as vapor intrusion models and designs for commercial services.

Lastly, you will want to find a commercial service team that has experience in following the state local mitigation standards that you follow in order to ensure that you are meeting all state and federal codes that can come along with commercial buildings and radon abatement. This is largely important as you want to be sure that you are up to date on your inspections, tests, and radon remediation equipment, if needed.

There are many great companies that offer a wide variety of radon mitigation tools and services but you will want to be sure that you go with the best over at SWAT Environmental. Give them  a call right away and they can help you remediate your radon in both commercial and residential buildings.