Indoor Air Quality Control

You expect your home to be a safe haven for you and your family, which means providing a healthy indoor environment. A whole host of conditions can affect your quality of life. While most dangers to well-being are obvious, some threats lurk just out of sight.

Air quality is a huge factor in the health and happiness of those living in your house, and sometimes you don’t notice a problem until someone gets sick.

Indoor Air Quality Control

At Weatherseal we know that your family’s health is a priority for you. If you think your home may have an indoor air quality issue, we can help. We offer testing and remediation solutions for many common and not so common air quality problems.

Mold Issues

If your basement or crawl space is musty or you identify discoloration along a wall or ceiling, there is a good chance you may be fighting an uphill battle against mold. A mold problem can manifest itself in a number of different areas throughout your house, from the insulation in your attic to the support beams in your crawl space.

Mold can cause a number of health problems for people of all ages, even those who are relatively healthy. Reactions can vary from respiratory issues to headaches to skin irritations and rashes. Long-term exposure to mold will only make things worse.

We offer a comprehensive solution for mold that removes this health hazard and prevents it from returning. With our whole-home approach to mold and other air quality solutions, we can make your house a healthier environment.

Radon: A Silent Killer

Other factors can take a toll on air quality in your house. While eliminating moisture and sealing up foundations and building envelopes can resolve most of these issues, one particular issue can affect the health of your family with no obvious signs or symptoms for years.

Radon is a radioactive gas that can seep through the foundation of your home. The Environmental Protection Agency has identified this substance as a severe threat to the health and safety of people who live in buildings where it is present. This is why, when you purchase a new home, an inspector will sometimes offer or include radon testing to ensure that a home is radon-free. Few people test for radon after purchasing a home. If a radon issue has previously been identified and corrected, it is unlikely there will be an issue down the line.

If your home has tested positive for radon, it is important to rectify the situation right away. Radon is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.

While the situation may sound severe, we offer radon mitigation services to remove radon quickly and keep it out of your home for good.