Environmental hazards have increased in prevalence year over year
Peak Environment start testing homes for radon in 2001, since then mold, asbestos and vapor intrusion have been among the services that have grown in effort to accomplish the greater mission of achieving healthy indoor air in all homes
The hidden danger
Radon is radioactive, colorless, tasteless and odorless. Being a decay product of uranium, it is the largest source of radiation passively inhaled each day. Exposure to radon gas, which can come from a multitude of sources in homes, increases the risk of developing lung cancer.
Molds can be found almost anywhere; they can grow on virtually any substance, providing moisture is present. There are molds that can grow on wood, paper, carpet, and foods. Many homeowners make the mistake of self-cleaning, which causes mold to disperse into the air and grow on other surfaces.
man-made environmental harm
Common household products can also be a source of indoor air problems. Vapors and gases can come from also come from paints, paint strippers or thinners. moth balls, new carpeting and furniture, stored fuel, air fresheners, cleaning products, dry cleaned clothing and even cigarette smoke.
Vaportrac sensors and analytics
The first and only pressure-based vapor intrusion mitigation technology with the capability to immediately alert stakeholders through SaaS platform