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Most house and building owners in Springfield MI feel relatively safe in their homes. Generally, air pollution is not a problem in Oakland County, Michigan. However, radon gas is a significant problem in our community and is the single greatest health threat to Springfield MI families. Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that results from the breakdown of radioactive uranium, thorium and radium. Hypothetically, no amount of radon is “safe.” However, exposure to low levels typically poses very little risk. Most environmental experts agree that short-term exposure to radon level below 2 pCi/L is not significantly dangerous. Radon is commonly detected in random air samples and is generally harmless when encountered outdoors. However, radon that rises into a structure from the soil or rock beneath the basement, crawl space, or foundation slab may become concentrated indoors and reach dangerously high levels. When this occurs, it can cause health issues, even lung cancer, in individuals who regularly occupy the structure.

Radium, thorium and uranium are naturally occurring elements that are commonly found in soil, bedrock and groundwater sources across the United States, including here in Springfield MI. The widespread prevalence of these substances means that radon gas is an issue faced by many home and commercial property owners. A lot of radon is trapped in rocks within the earth’s crust. This means that any change has the potential to affect radon levels. Experts project that radon levels will rise in the future.

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Here is What Some of Our Radon Mitigation Customers from the Springfield Area are Saying About Our Services:

“Chris did an excellent job.” – V. Webb, Springfield

“Great! Very friendly and professional. Answered all our questions. ” – R. Cotter, Springfield

Radon Testing & Mitigation in Springfield MI Homes

Radon testing is of utmost importance to ensure the safety of your home and your loved ones. Every home should be tested for radon exposure, as elevated levels can pose serious health risks. Take action today and learn more about the importance of radon testing by visiting the CDC’s website.

Without testing, most Springfield property owners aren’t aware of the presence of radon gas until someone who lives in their household or works in their business develops serious health problems. Short-term tests for radon are conducted over a period of two to seven days while long-term tests measure the levels of radon for 90 days or longer. Information gathered from both types of tests is valuable in determining the extent of the gas’s potential impact on the property and its inhabitants. These tests are available in home improvement “big box” stores, such as Lowe’s and Home Depot, and in some Springfield MI hardware stores. When radon levels are 4 pCi/L or higher, radon mitigation is recommended.

Tests are conducted by placing a small canister, cardboard strip, or digital measurement device in the lowest level of the structure where the gas is most likely to accumulate. The collection kit is left in one location for the specified amount of time and is then collected and processed to determine the level of radon that was present during the testing period. The residents or workers who occupy the property are asked to reduce exterior ventilation as much as possible during the test, but no other input or actions are required. We realize it can often be difficult to keep all windows closed, especially during hot Springfield, Michigan summers, but this is very important to assess accurate results. Once we’ve determined the presence and level of radon in a structure, our team can then offer a range of mitigation options that are tailored to the specific situation.

More Reviews from Happy SWAT Environmental Customers:

“Installer called prior to arrival and arrived before scheduled time, was friendly and completed the needed work in a timely bases. The installer appeared knowledgeable and provided us with information that we were not aware of as the system was installed fully prior to us moving into the home. ” – I. Muro, Springfield

“David was a true professional I could not have been been happier with the job,” – M. Milton, Springfield

Learn More About the Springfield Michigan Area

Springfield is located in Oakland County, Michigan. The public education system is Oakland County School System, which has the following registration number: 47009010100. The Local Law Enforcement Agency Is Springfield Department of Public Safety, 601 Avenue a, Springfield Mi. They Can Be Reached at (269) 965-7795. A Popular School in the Area Is Battle Creek Area Learning Center, 765 Upton Ave, Springfield Mi 49037 – Phone: (269) 565-2460. The population of the Springfield MI area is 5,198 with an anverage income of $38,411. The average age for residents of Springfield is 33.6, the average home value is $68,901 and median rent cost is $658. The Local Fire Department Is Springfield Fire Department, 601 Avenue a, Springfield Mi. The city is located within the Kalamazoo-Battle Creek-Portage, MI mapping zone.

If Your Home Has Elevated Radon Levels, Don’t Panic! In Springfield MI Radon Mitigation Systems are Very Common.

Due to radon’s radioactive characteristics and the serious health problems associated with long-term radon exposure, Springfield property owners should take immediate steps to mitigate even moderate levels of radon gas in their buildings. According to Albany Vargas, radiation exposure causes more fatalities every year than any other environmental pollutant. “As of the writing of this article, there is no medical test capable of measuring how much radon is in a person’s body. There is also no proven medical treatment that can remove the toxic gas from the body.”

At SWAT Environmental of Springfield MI, we supply an array of radon removal options that are designed to prevent radon entry into the dwelling. Our mitigation systems operate by creating a vacuum in the soil beneath or immediately adjacent to the structure. This negative pressure draws any radon that is present upwards through the connected piping instead of entering the building’s basement, crawl space, or living area. The gas is then safely released through a vent above the roofline.

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Our Springfield MI Customers Rave About Our Top-Notch Staff & Service:

“Josh is FANTASTIC! Followed up with us with every steps and explained to me patiently. Book appointment efficiently and make the process went so smoothly. Very impressed. Thank you for your help!” – V. Severson, Springfield

“SWAT always does a great job for my real estate clients. I reccommend them to everyone. They show up when they say they are going to. They always do a very professional and clean install. Their follow up is always outstanding. And, their prices are great!!” – U. Daly, Springfield

In Michigan radon mitigation systems are always installed in the lowest level of the home, typically where the foundation contacts the earth below. In Springfield Michigan, SWAT Environmental engineers and installs systems that are suitable for use in buildings with slab foundations, crawl spaces and basements alike. Our comprehensive mitigation services include diagnostic testing and trouble-shooting existing systems that malfunction or fail.

“Some hot springs, such as those around Hot Springs, Arkansas, naturally produce radon.” If you’re concerned about radon gas in your Springfield MI home or commercial property, contact SWAT Environmental to learn more about our available mitigation measures and to schedule a free, no-obligation price quote right away. Our knowledgeable personnel will gladly assess your home and advise you on the most appropriate radon mitigation system based on the radon levels, the structure’s foundation type, applicable building codes in your community, and other relevant factors. Call SWAT Radon Mitigation of Springfield Michigan today to learn more.

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More Details About Springfield Michigan

If you are considering moving to Springfield or visiting in the near future, here is some useful information about the area:

The city center is located near Endeavor Charter Academy, 380 North Helmer Road, Springfield, MI 49037. The Local Ems / Ambulance Service Is Located at 601 Avenue a, Springfield Mi. The Recommended Local Shipping Center Is Ups, 1961 Base Ave, Springfield Mi. In the Event of an Emergency, There Is a Safety Shelter Located at Second Missionary Baptist Church, 485 N Washington Ave, Springfield Mi. Springfield resides within the following county(s): Calhoun, these zip code(s): 49037, and the following area code: 248. Springfield MI real estate is currently very high in demand, so if you find a home in the area you like, you should get your offer in as quickly as possible. However, shopping for vacant land in Springfield MI could be a better option than buying an existing home since there is limited inventory of homes for sale. The weather in Springfield is generally fair without any extreme highs or lows, even in the summer and winter months.

The Local Lending Institution Is Battle Creek Area Communitycredit Union, 240 Helmer Rd N, Springfield Mi.

A Reputable Child Care Facilty in the Area Is Battle Creek Montessori Academy, 399 North 20th Street, Springfield Mi. You Can Reach Them at (248) 339-3308.

A Reliable Senior Nursing Home in the Area Is Evergreen Manor Senior Care and Rehab Center, 111 Evergreen Road, Springfield Mi. Their Phone Number Is (269) 969-6110.

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If you and your family are facing a radon problem, don’t wait too long to address the issue. Call SWAT Radon Mitigation of Springfield today for a FREE, no-obligation price quote to quickly, professionally, and affordably handle the situation. Results and 100% satisfaction are guaranteed, so don’t delay. Call SWAT today at 248-626-4552.





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