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Radon & Carbon Monoxide Testing

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Our absolute first priority is the health and safety of the residents of Aberdeen, SD and the surrounding areas . By providing expert radon and carbon monoxide testing and service, we know that we can make a difference in the well-being of our community.

Radon Testing & Mitigation in Aberdeen, SD

Unfortunately, Aberdeen and much of South Dakota and North Dakota are known to have high levels of radon. Radon is a radioactive gas that moves up through the soil, into the air, and into your home. Radon can mean adverse health issues for your family, the most deadly of which is lung cancer. The good news is that you don’t have to live in fear of how radon will affect your family’s health—you can do something about the problem.

Whether you are purchasing a new home or your home just hasn’t been tested in a while, you’ll want to have one of our professionals test your home for radon. Without radon testing there is no way for you to know if radon is a health concern in your home. At Climate Control, we can test your home to determine if you have an unsafe level of radon and implement a solution if necessary. Radon testing is fast, inexpensive, and absolutely imperative, especially in Aberdeen and the surrounding areas. If your home does test high for radon, we will help you mitigate it to an acceptable level, so that you and your family won’t have to suffer the consequences.

Consumer’s Guide to Radon Reduction – EPA

Carbon Monoxide Testing & Low-Level Carbon Monoxide Detectors 

Most people know the dangers of carbon monoxide. They know that carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning and death. But what many people don’t know is that low levels of carbon monoxide can be dangerous too, and that store-bought CO detectors will not alert you of these lower levels. Exposure to low levels of carbon monoxide can cause dizziness, headache, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, and nausea. Furthermore, exposure to low levels of CO has also been linked to Parkinson’s disease and chemical hypersensitivity, and there is also evidence of a link to infant mortality.

The HVAC professionals at Climate Control have the skills, knowledge, and equipment needed to test for carbon monoxide in your home and find its source. Any fuel burning appliance including furnaces, fireplaces, water heaters, and wood-burning stoves can emit CO into your home. Once we find the source of CO, we can work to eliminate the problem so that your family can be safe from CO poisoning. We can also install low-level CO detectors that are not available in stores to further safeguard your home from carbon monoxide.

Health issues caused by exposure to radon and carbon monoxide are preventable. For carbon monoxide and radon testing in Aberdeen, SD and the surrounding areas, call the experts at Climate Control!

 

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