Environmental Services

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Radon Testing

Licensed radon measurement testing.  Licensed through the Minnesota Department of Health.  License number: RMEA-00144

Sewer Scope

It's likely that your home's sewer and drain lines are out of sight, out of mind. But the functionality of your Midwest home relies on its water supply and drain lines, which carry the unwanted water and waste out of your house. If the drains become sluggish or clogged, they can cause damage to your property! Don't let a small clog turn into an avoidable catastrophic plumbing problem.


Our plumbers use a camera on your sewage system to minimize damage to your lawn. With this equipment, we can find minor problems before they become major issues to save you time, frustration, and money. With a video camera inspection, your technician will run a video cable down the sewer main an/or the home's branch lines that lead from bathtubs, and other drains into the home's sewer line.


A video camera sewer line inspection will identify sewer line problems, including: Root infiltration, Misaligned pipes, Broken pipes, Punctured pipes, Corroded pipes, Grease buildup, Leaks, Obstructions, Dips in the line, And more

Mold Inspections and Testing

Mold is a severe health hazard that can exacerbate allergies, breathing problems, headaches, and a number of other medical conditions. Inspecting for mold is more about detecting the presence of moisture than mold itself. 

-We begin every mold inspection with a visual assessment.

-Our inspectors use specialized tools to locate moisture and places where water may be entering your home.

-We use thermal imaging cameras (infrared or IR cameras) to locate moisture that is behind walls or below floors and not found during the visual assessment.

-Our mold inspectors have extensive construction knowledge.

-We provide recommendations for fixing your mold and moisture problems.


Water quality testing

Information coming soon

Indoor Air Quality Testing

Information coming soon