Protech Environmental Services
Protech began life in 1988 as a division of an Ann Arbor remodeling company. The radon business took off, and company’s management decided to spin it off as an independent corporation. Since then, the company has flourished and broadened its services well beyond radon.
Over the years we have helped in well over 20,000 real estate transactions ranging from single family homes to multi-multi-property IRS seizures. We’ve worked throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri. As in any successful business, our people are the key. Check out what our customers are telling us. Click here for information on the certificates we have.
Protech’s business history
1988 — Founded as “Radon Control” division. Six whole radon systems installed; all are successful.
1989 — Safe-Aire franchise gives access to patented technology for radon reduction. Our first application is in a highly acclaimed entry in the Ann Arbor Showcase of Homes.
1989 — First company in Michigan to offer guaranteed radon reduction.
1991 — Spun off as an independent corporation, with one full time and two part time employees.
1992 — Licensed and certified for lead paint (in Maryland, one of only two states with licensing programs).
1992 — First lead testing contracts for HUD, in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan.
1994 — First mold consulting contract: Condo complex with high water table and improper vapor barrier.
1995 — Accepted as voting member of ASTM national committees on indoor air, radon and lead paint.
1997 — 10 full time employees.
2001 — Annual revenues surpass $1,000,000 for first time.
2002 — Move to new 4000 sf quarters. 18 full time employees.
2003 — Certified for conducting Energy Ratings (part of EPA EnergyStar program).
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(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.