Expert Radon System Installation by Air Sense Environmental in St. Louis


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Welcome to Air Sense Environmental!

At Air Sense Environmental we understand the importance of providing a clean air atmosphere in your home. Our trained and licensed professionals are here to help. From our free in-home estimate to your final system post mitigation test, the air in your home is our top priority.

Sit back, and watch the video below and see how the team at Air Sense Environmental handle radon mitigation and radon testing. Thanks for visiting and we look forward to working with you on your next radon mitigation project.

What exactly is radon. Why should we be concerned, about it? Allow us to walk you through the steps of checking radon levels in your house and putting in place solutions to reduce its presence. Get familiar with ways to mitigate and remediate radon, understand why it's crucial for your family's well being, and jump into radon gas testing and how we perform it here in the St. Louis Area.

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Radon Testing and Radon Mitigation

Licensed Radon Testing

Discover and eliminate the hidden threat of radon gas to secure your family's well-being. At
Air Sense Environmental, we conduct radon testing services. Our precise examinations unveil potential risks, empowering you with vital insights to fortify your home against this unseen menace.

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Licensed Radon Mitigation

Experience peace of mind with our forthcoming
Radon Mitigation Services. Our expert team specializes in tailored radon mitigation strategies, utilizing cutting-edge methods and technology. From radon testing to expert installation of radon mitigation systems, trust Air Sense Environmental to reduce radon gas levels to the minimum, ensuring a healthier home.

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Who is Air Sense Environmental ?

Air Sense Environmental, a certified radon testing and mitigation contractor accredited by IEMA, proudly caters to Southern Illinois and the St. Louis, MO area. Our seasoned team brings diverse expertise in real estate, air quality, construction, and customer service, ensuring your peace of mind.

Safeguard your home and family with our comprehensive approach and extensive industry knowledge. From the initial test to installing the mitigation system and conducting post-test assessments, we stand by your side through every phase.

Your family's well-being is our priority. Rely on us to guide you through the process, offering expert solutions tailored to your needs. At Air Sense Environmental, we are dedicated to protecting your home, making it a safer and healthier place for your loved ones.

What is Radon?

Radon is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless radioactive gas that occurs naturally in the environment. It is formed by the breakdown of uranium, thorium, and radium in soil, rocks, and water. Radon is a part of the decay chain of these radioactive elements and is released into the air as a gas.

Key points about radon:

1. Source: Radon is found in varying amounts in the soil and rocks beneath buildings, as well as in well water. It can enter buildings through cracks in the foundation, gaps in floors, walls, and other openings.

2. Health Risks: Prolonged exposure to high levels of radon can pose serious health risks, particularly an increased risk of lung cancer. Radon exposure is considered the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking. Smokers and former smokers are at higher risk when exposed to radon.

3. Invisible and Odorless: One of the concerning aspects of radon is that it's undetectable by human senses. You can't see, smell, or taste radon gas, which makes it imperative to test indoor environments to determine if radon levels are within safe limits.

4. Testing and Mitigation: Testing for radon is essential to assess whether the levels in a particular indoor environment are safe. If high radon levels are detected, mitigation measures, such as radon mitigation systems, can be installed to reduce radon concentrations to acceptable levels.

5. Prevalence: Radon can be found in homes, schools, workplaces, and other indoor environments worldwide. Its presence and concentration levels can vary significantly based on geographical location, building construction, ventilation, and other factors.

Regulatory bodies and health organizations, such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the World Health Organization (WHO), have established guidelines and recommended action levels for radon exposure. These guidelines aim to reduce the risk of health problems associated with radon exposure and emphasize the importance of testing indoor environments for radon to ensure a safe living or working environment.

Why do I need a Radon Test?

Testing for radon is important for several reasons:

1. Health Risks: Radon is a radioactive gas that occurs naturally in soil and rock and can seep into buildings through cracks or gaps in the foundation. Prolonged exposure to elevated levels of radon can increase the risk of lung cancer, especially for those who smoke or have a history of smoking. Testing helps identify if radon levels in your home or workplace are within safe limits.

2. Invisible Threat: Radon is colorless, odorless, and tasteless, making it impossible to detect without specialized testing equipment. Without testing, you cannot determine if radon levels in your indoor environment pose a health risk.

3. Preventive Measures: Testing allows you to identify and address elevated radon levels early. If high radon levels are detected, mitigation measures can be implemented to reduce radon concentrations and minimize health risks.

4. Peace of Mind: Testing for radon provides peace of mind, ensuring that you and your family or occupants are living or working in a healthy environment free from the dangers associated with high radon exposure.

5. Real Estate Transactions: Radon testing is often recommended during real estate transactions. It helps buyers and sellers understand if radon levels in a property are within safe limits and allows for mitigation measures to be taken if needed.

It's important to note that radon levels can vary significantly from one building to another, even in the same area. Therefore, testing is the only way to accurately determine radon levels in a specific indoor environment.

Service Areas

 Illinois--

Alton, Belleville, Bethalto, Collinsville, Edwardsville, Glen Carbon, Godfrey, Granite City, Highland, Maryville, Troy, Fairview Heights, O'Fallon, Swansea, Brighton, Elsah, Jerseyville, Moro, Gillespie, and Staunton— Air Sense Environmental services are instrumental in ensuring proper testing and effective mitigation within these communities. 

Missouri --

St. Louis County and St. Charles County, Missouri, cities such as Chesterfield, Florissant, Kirkwood, Maryland Heights, St. Peters, O'Fallon, St. Charles, Wentzville and surrounding area. Air Sense Environmental plays a vital role in ensuring these communities undergo proper testing and effective radon mitigation. 

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Need assistance or consultation? Reach out to Air Sense Environmental today. Our dedicated team is here to address your radon concerns and guide you toward a safer living environment. Testing for radon in your home starts here.

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