VIMS Controls & Monitoring in Raleigh, NC

The Clean Vapor Process

The primary objective of a Vapor Intrusion Mitigation System (VIMS) is the effective elimination of contaminants, leading to its eventual decommissioning. Achieving this requires thorough documentation that demonstrates the reduction of contamination and consistent monitoring.

Once your system is finely tuned, outfitted with gauges, and alarm panels, we can initiate your tailored Operations & Monitoring plan. Clean Vapor’s O&M strategies encompass a detailed inspection and maintenance routine, aligning with state-specific regulations. Additionally, we provide quarterly reports to monitor and record the diminishing levels of soil contaminants, ensuring the system’s effectiveness and regulatory compliance.

Multi-Family Radon Mitigation in Raleigh, NC

Multi-family residential living often appeals for its low maintenance, yet it’s not immune to radon issues. Unhealthy radon levels have been detected not just on ground floors but also in upper-level apartments of low-rise buildings. Raleigh property owners, management firms, and community associations might have residents exposed to high radon concentrations without their knowledge. Clean Vapor has a rich history of installing radon mitigation systems in both multi-family residences and commercial properties in Raleigh, NC, dating back to the 1980s. Our CEO, Tom Hatton, has played a pivotal role as a committee member in developing both state and national standards, including the AARST/ANSI Mitigation Standards, specifically addressing multi-family buildings.

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