Radon in Our Homes

Many of us are a bit mystified by the idea of a colorless, tasteless, odorless gas being a hazard to our health.  Yet every year 21,000 people die from radon induced lung cancer.  By comparison, 5,000 die from second hand tobacco smoke.   That should be a reality...

Roof leaks can cause mold growth

Water leaks in a roof can be more than an annoyance if they produce conditions that allow mold growth.   If a leak has occurred, it is important to get it repaired as soon as possible to avoid continued water intrusion into a ceiling or wall system.  Even a slow or...
LEED 3.2 AIR QUALITY TESTING

LEED 3.2 AIR QUALITY TESTING

Have you ever wondered how new buildings that have all sorts of innovative ways of saving energy and at the same time look like really nifty place to live or work in?   The answer is often that these projects are the result of involvement of the United States Green...