Radon in air Continuous electronic monitor
Provides hourly radon and carbon monoxide readings, as well as hourly temperature, barometric pressure, and humidity levels to show fluctuations in the test environment as interpretive information.
If your property has a well, the following testing of the drinking water quality is also available:
Standard Profile – includes the following:
Determines general water quality and potability by testing for common chemicals, bacteria, and the physical parameters of the water.
Radon in water
Elevated radon in water can contribute to the radon-in-air levels of a home, as well as contribute to stomach and other health issues.
Arsenic & Uranium in water
Any elevated levels of arsenic or uranium would deem the water unsafe.
Lead in Water
Determines if there is lead in the drinking water.
Well Flow Test
Determines the capacity of the well measured in gallons per minute (GPM) over a period of one hour to make sure the well is producing enough water to sustain the household.
Our standard inspection will note of areas of visible moisture intrusion. However, mold is present in all homes. Air sampling is an add-on service that provides detailed information regarding the type and quantity of mold spores present in the home.
Schaefer Inspection Service will take 3 air samples. One will be the exterior as a baseline and 2 additional samples will be taken inside the property at the apparent areas for presence of mold.
Samples are submitted to the laboratory and a written report of results will be provided.
Engineer’s inspection for crumbling foundations in northeast CT
Schaefer Inspection Service can help you with the engineering requirement or questions for the crumbling foundation problem in CT. We have a professional engineer on our staff who is qualified to assess and report on a crumbling foundation for the purpose of identifying and reimbursement.