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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.

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New York Radon Mitigation and HUD The new updates to HUD covered in last month’s article from S.W.A.T. Environmental may have brought a shock to many. Such a dangerous gas is now covering the nation, and bringing fear to those who are uninformed about the New York radon mitigation capabilities of S.W.A.T. Environmental. The recent [...]

Radon

NY residents are receiving exciting news in regard to the safety of their home. If you rent a home in New York, then your landlord may be required to have a radon test, and a mitigation system installed if needed. The American Lung Association is happy to announce that HUD, the U.S. Department of Housing [...]

Radon

Radon Mitigation in Schools in New York is Needed Residents of New York need to take further action in helping make certain that their schools have an adequate level of safety. As you may have heard recently, there was a deeply saddening news story about a shooting in Newtown, CT. While this event deeply saddens [...]

Radon

NY Residents Prepare for Radon Action Month Radon action month occurs every January and is a month in which residents take action in support of their safety by reducing the radon levels of their home. You may be wondering what is radon? Or even debating whether or not radon is a threat to your home. [...]