We use Radalink continuous monitoring devices. Our monitors record radon concentration, temperature, barometric pressure, and relative humidity once per hour for the duration of the test. Our monitors also have a sensor that detects if the monitor has been moved during a test.
All testing is performed over 48-hours and complies with Florida Rules & Regulations.
Due to the high water table in the Naples area sub-soil suction in not a suitable solution to mitigate elevated radon levels.
We utilize radon fans that deliver fresh air to the HVAC system to create a dilution solution that reduces the indoor radon levels below dangerous levels.
Indoor air mold sampling is a process of collecting air samples to determine the presence and concentration of mold spores in the air inside a building. The samples are collected using specialized equipment that captures the airborne spores onto a collection medium. These samples are then analyzed in a laboratory to identify the types of mold present and to determine the concentration of mold spores in the air. This information can be used to assess the potential health risks associated with mold exposure, and to guide the development of a mold remediation plan if necessary.
Mold remediation is the process of identifying and removing mold from a building or material to prevent its growth and spread. The remediation process typically involves fixing the source of moisture that is allowing the mold to grow, isolating the affected area, and removing the contaminated materials. It may also involve the use of specialized equipment and cleaning agents to kill and remove the mold spores. The goal of mold remediation is to restore a safe and healthy indoor environment by eliminating the mold and preventing its recurrence.