Services

Residential Radon Mitigation

If you live in Norwalk, Connecticut, your home could be at risk to dangerous levels of radon. Radon mitigation is the remedy, but first you’ll need to have your home tested for exposure. Our company has the radon mitigation specialists who are trained, qualified, and experienced to make your Norwalk, Connecticut home safe once more. Breathe easier in Norwalk, Connecticut by interviewing contractors right away.

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Commercial Radon Mitigation

Commercial buildings in Norwalk, Connecticut sometimes test for high levels of radon. Mitigation is the only recourse to protect a business, its customers and employees, and day-to-day operations. If radon mitigation is needed for your business, Norwalk, Connecticut is host to several qualified companies.

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Waterborne Radon Reduction

When you find your Norwalk, Connecticut home has need of a waterborne radon reduction system, it is important to hire a qualified radon mitigation company for the job. Radon mitigation for waterborne radon in Norwalk, Connecticut requires not only local licensing, but certification and experience with the systems, and the ability to successfully complete the electrical, plumbing, and ventilation tasks to correctly install the system.

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Air Purification Systems

Most of us in Norwalk, Connecticut spend a lot of time indoors – 70% of it, in fact – and that means we’re breathing stale air. Worse, the air we breathe indoors contains 1,000 times more pollutants than outdoor air. Would you like to clean up the air in your home or office in Norwalk, Connecticut?

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Services For Realtors

A famous Connecticut resident, Mark Twain, once wrote, “If you put all your eggs in one basket, watch that basket!” A house certainly represents the largest investment most Norwalk, Connecticut families make, and it deserves watching as well. So does the health of the family living in that house. Radon gas presents a very real danger to the well-being of the occupants of a house, and can cause concern when you place that house on the real estate market. As potential problems with houses go, however, radon is one of the easiest to investigate and, if necessary, correct.

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