The Kenosha-based mitigation firm offers comprehensive testing solutions for area residents. Radon mitigation in the area is becoming more common.
Kenosha radon mitigation estimates, in some Wisconsin counties, most of the homes will need mitigation of the gas. The specialists are knowledgeable and experienced in working in the industry. They have a combined mitigation experience of more than three decades.— Kenosha Radon System Solutions and Brian S. Thompson are pleased to announce that the company offers several testing options which help home and business owners to determine whether the deadly, naturally occurring gas is present. According to
Radon has always been present, but it is only in recent decades that information and technology have allowed people to learn more about the dangers of radon gas and the importance of radon testing and radon mitigation. All systems provided by Kenosha Radon System Solutions are custom built. They maintain EPA and local standards and are very cost effective for consumers. Testing for the presence of radon is especially important when a real estate transaction is underway.
A company representative explained, “Radon testing is the first step to determining whether or not you have a radon problem. We offer a variety of radon testing options. Our most common radon testing procedures are short-term radon monitor testing, long-term radon monitor testing, and at home radon charcoal testing. Before testing for radon, it is important to determine what your radon testing objectives are and how much time you have before you need your radon test results.
The short-term radon monitor test is the most common test and the procedure typically used in real estate transaction. The short-term test is performed for around 48 hours in closed conditions. The long-term monitor test is similar to the short-term test, but the testing period is much longer. Typically, the testing periods are at least 90 days. The Charcoal Radon Test is usually a do-it-yourself radon test. The tests are often handed out at trade shows, fairs, and other public events.
Name: Brian S. Thompson
Organization: Kenosha Radon System Solutions
Address: 5205 31st Street, Kenosha WI 53144
Phone: (262) 599-6215
For more information, please visit http://www.radonsystemsolutions.com/kenosha
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