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SWAT Environmental has been in business since 1988, and has installed over 50,000 radon systems throughout the country. We are America’s largest radon abatement company, and we have more certified technicians on staff than any other competitor. The experienced staff at SWAT Environmental leads the industry in removing radon from homes, schools, apartment buildings, condominiums, commercial and government buildings. SWAT Environmental is a trusted partner of some of the largest real estate firms in the country, and we lead the industry in quality and overall value. All of our technicians go through a rigorous training program that prepares them to make your home or office safe from the dangers of radon. When you have a problem with radon, you can trust the experienced professionals at SWAT Environmental. Contact us today for all of your radon mitigation needs.

Radon

Ann Arbor Radon Mitigation Last year there was over 20,000 deaths related to radon gas, making it one of the most dangerous gases in America. There were more deaths from radon gas than drunk driving, and radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer deaths. With the numerous cases of radon gas lung [...]

Radon

Radon Lung Cancer Threatens Ann Arbor Residents The American Lung Association is proud of the recent efforts and accomplishments of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to help improve the health of homes in Ann Arbor, and homes across the nation. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, also known as HUD [...]

Radon

Radon Mitigation in Schools Around Ann Arbor Radon mitigation in schools in Ann Arbor, MI is a serious need. Radon gas is a deadly gas that is known to cause cancer to tens of thousands each and every year. Many Ann Arbor, MI residents have taken action to reduce radon levels in their homes. If [...]

Radon

Ann Arbor Prepares for Radon Action Month In case you did not know, January is radon action month in Ann Arbor, MI. You have probably heard of radon gas, but did you know that it kills 20,000 people each and every single year in the United States? Also, did you know that radon affects roughly [...]