Healthy Home Environmental Idaho Falls

Frequently Asked Questions

Restoration FAQs

Rentals, Single family homes, and Businesses.
We send out an IICRC water mitigation Certified tech with our crew to ensure the home and occupants are safe and the work is done right.
2 to 12 weeks depending on the extent of the damage and affected areas.
We set up containment and critical barriers, along with dehumidifiers, air scrubbers, and drying fans so that it dries out fast. If there is mold present that we kill the mold remove it then begin the dry out process.
We offer factory warranties on products that have them available. We will always make sure the work we do is of the best quality and the customer signs a satisfaction certificate before we sign off on it being done. We offer a 1 yr. workmanship guarantee.

Radon FAQs

Radon is an odorless, invisible, radioactive gas naturally released from rocks, soil, and water. Radon can get into homes and buildings through small cracks or holes and build up in the air. Over time, breathing in high levels of radon can cause lung cancer.
The new RadStar Alpha Series continuous radon monitor.
By installing an active mitigation system. ( a system that uses a fan to draw the gasses out of the foundation of the home).
It can take 1 to 5 days to due depending on the home design but there are 2 basic types of systems: a sub slab system used for houses with basements, and a crawl space vacuumed sealed system that is used for homes with crawl spaces.
Testing is 120.00 for a 2-day test and a system ranges from 1,800.00 to 10,000.00 depending on the size of the crawl space and ease of access. We recommend you get an inspection done to get a more accurate price analysis.
We provide a 2 day post mitigation test to ensure the system is working and the desired results are met. The EPA does recommend an annual test be done.

Asbestos FAQs

Asbestos is a group of fibrous minerals used to strengthen and fireproof materials. Inhaled asbestos fibers become trapped in the body. The fibers cause diseases such as mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis. More than 50 other countries have banned the use of asbestos.
It’s extremely difficult to identify asbestos just by looking at it, so you need to send samples to a lab for testing. Homeowners can collect samples and have them tested, but it’s much safer for you and your family to hire a trained asbestos professional for the job.
  1. Test to identify if there is asbestos.
  2. Determine if it has to be removed or not.
  3. Hire a professional certified crew to remove the Asbestos.
  4. Ensure it is dumped at an EPA approved dump site
That depends on the project but budget anywhere from $5 to $13 dollars a SQ FT.
Yes but I highly recommend that they don’t unless certified to do so.
We Follow EPA regulations and guidelines on containment and handling along with air monitoring.
Before and after. We provide a sampling report if we test it. We provide an Abatement proposal that details how we will remove it and the cost. At the end we provide air clearance reports.
Yes, the EPA. There are also different rules and guidelines for different categories of asbestos. There are Different protocols for schools vs residential and indoor vs outdoor. It is a very complicated process and it is easy to put yourself at risk if trying to do it yourself so always use someone certified that can provide current certifications.
In most cases yes but if it is a big enough project we may ask them to leave for a couple days there safety is always our #1 Concern.
Contact a certified Asbestos testing company and have it tested for your peace of mind.