Radon Testing Assures the Air is Just-Right for Your Family or Business
With families spending so much time indoors, the emphasis on healthy indoor air has never been higher. Did you know that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the US? Radon is an odorless, colorless gas that is found in basements or the lower floors of homes and commercial building.
Sadly, in Wisconsin, we tend to have higher levels of radon. The EPA recommends action if radon levels are higher than 4 pCi/L (picocuries per liter).
Ask the air quality experts at Gross Heating & Air Conditioning to perform a test to determine the radon levels in your home, office, or commercial building. Should we discover radon, our state-certified technicians will determine the appropriate size and placement of a mitigation system based on the specifications of your property. Our solution will safely vent radon to the outside of your home or facility, helping to protect your family, staff, and customers from the ill effects.
Home Sellers May Need Air Quality Testing Prior to the Transaction
If you are thinking about selling your home or business, or may do so in the future, many prospective buyers want to know the status of the indoor air quality in the property they are about to purchase. In addition to radon, Gross Heating can test your air for other elements such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), dust, particulates, and carbon monoxide.
Our trained technicians will explain the results and discuss the many options we offer to improve your indoor air quality. We can often provide an affordable solution that may help you sell your property quicker and more easily.
Solutions for Other Indoor Air Quality Issues
Concerned about other possible health risks and comfort issues that can be caused by indoor air pollution? Ask us about AirAdvice for Homes™, an innovative diagnostic test we offer to quickly and accurately assess the indoor air quality of your home. The simple test monitors pollutants and tracks humidity and temperature specific to your home or commercial facility so that we can offer solutions to any indoor air issues.
Just give our office a call and ask to speak with one of our air quality specialists for more information.