Protech Certificates and Licenses
Protech Environmental has all the necessary and up-to-date certificates and licenses required to perform radon and vapor testing and removal services.
Protects you against claims by workers injured on the job. Our workers comp certificate (link will open in a new window) is available for your review.
Liability Insurance and Errors & Omissions (Professional Liability)
Our liability insurance certificate (link will open in a new window) protects you against damage to persons or property caused by contracted work. For full protection, should include environmental liability. It also protects you against errors in testing, analysis or other professional activities. We pay roughly $20,000 per year for our Liability and E&O insurance. That’s to protect you.
Our employee bond rider (link will open in a new window) is your assurance against dishonesty. Also is a sign that the contractor has a good record and cares about credibility.
Provides you important consumer protections. It is vital that the license is in the name of the company, not just the Qualifying Officer (QO). Our builders license (link will open in a new window) is available.
Contractors who do not follow building codes and radon design standards have their listings revoked. Continuing Ed keeps contractors up-to-date. Protech has one person certified in radon mitigation.
Testers must follow protocols and quality control, and maintain proficiency through continuing education. Protech has two people certified in radon testing.
EPA Registration (EPA #75532)
Allows storage and handling of certain types of hazardous chemicals. We believe that we are the only radon company in Michigan to have become registered.
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Super quick and efficient service of installing a radon mitigation system in the house we were selling. The installers were very knowledgeable and explained the system and the information to pass on to the buyer's. Definitely would recommend.
(a) at least ten feet off the ground,
(b) above the eave (not necessarily the edge) of the roof, and
(c) either ten feet away from, or two feet above, windows.