Serving MT and WY including the Greater Bozeman area
Our Montana and Wyoming Service Area
Cities in Beaverhead County, MT
Dillon
Wise River

Cities in Big Horn County, MT
Busby
Crow Agency
Decker
Garryowen
Hardin
Lodge Grass
Saint Xavier
Wyola

Cities in Broadwater County, MT
Radersburg
Toston
Townsend
Winston

Cities in Carbon County, MT
Bearcreek
Belfry
Bridger
Fromberg
Joliet
Red Lodge
Roberts
Roscoe

Cities in Carter County, MT
Alzada
Boyes
Ekalaka
Hammond

Cities in Cascade County, MT
Belt
Cascade
Great Falls
Malmstrom Afb
Monarch
Neihart
Sand Coulee
Stockett

Cities in Chouteau County, MT
Fort Benton
Highwood

Cities in Custer County, MT
Miles City
Volborg

Cities in Deer Lodge County, MT
Anaconda
Warm Springs

Cities in Fergus County, MT
Buffalo
Coffee Creek
Forest Grove
Grass Range
Lewistown
Moore

Cities in Gallatin County, MT
Belgrade
Big Sky
Bozeman
Gallatin Gateway
Manhattan
Three Forks

Cities in Golden Valley County, MT
Lavina
Ryegate

Cities in Granite County, MT
Drummond
Hall
Philipsburg

Cities in Jefferson County, MT
Boulder
Cardwell
Clancy
Jefferson City
Whitehall

Cities in Judith Basin County, MT
Geyser
Hobson
Moccasin
Raynesford
Stanford

Cities in Lewis And Clark County, MT
Augusta
Canyon Creek
East Helena
Fort Harrison
Helena
Lincoln
Marysville
Wolf Creek

Cities in Madison County, MT
Ennis
Harrison
Mc Allister
Norris
Pony
Sheridan
Silver Star
Twin Bridges
Virginia City

Cities in Meagher County, MT
Martinsdale
Ringling
White Sulphur Springs

Cities in Missoula County, MT
Bonner
Clinton
Condon
Frenchtown
Huson
Lolo
Milltown
Missoula
Seeley Lake

Cities in Musselshell County, MT
Musselshell
Roundup

Cities in Park County, MT
Emigrant
Gardiner
Livingston
Pray
Springdale
Wilsall

Cities in Petroleum County, MT
Winnett

Cities in Powder River County, MT
Biddle
Broadus
Olive
Otter
Powderville

Cities in Powell County, MT
Deer Lodge
Garrison
Gold Creek
Helmville
Ovando

Cities in Ravalli County, MT
Corvallis
Florence
Hamilton
Stevensville
Victor

Cities in Rosebud County, MT
Ashland
Birney
Colstrip
Forsyth
Ingomar
Lame Deer
Rosebud

Cities in Silver Bow County, MT
Butte
Divide
Melrose
Ramsay

Cities in Stillwater County, MT
Absarokee
Columbus
Fishtail
Nye
Park City
Rapelje
Reed Point

Cities in Sweet Grass County, MT
Big Timber
Greycliff
Mc Leod
Melville

Cities in Treasure County, MT
Bighorn
Hysham
Sanders

Cities in Wheatland County, MT
Harlowton
Judith Gap
Shawmut
Two Dot

Cities in Yellowstone County, MT
Acton
Ballantine
Billings
Broadview
Custer
Huntley
Laurel
Molt
Pompeys Pillar
Shepherd
Worden

Cities in Big Horn County, WY
Basin
Burlington
Deaver
Greybull
Hyattville
Lovell
Manderson
Otto
Shell

Cities in Park County, WY
Cody
Meeteetse
Powell
Yellowstone National Park

Cities in Teton County, WY
Alta
Jackson
Kelly
Moose
Moran
Wilson

Our Locations:

Yellowstone Structural Systems
240 Buckskin Road, Unit 1A
Belgrade, MT 59714
1-406-551-4022
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Indoor Air Quality Services in Greater Billings & Missoula

We remove indoor pollutants that may be making your family ill

5 Danger Levels of Indoor Air Quality

These are the 5 danger levels of indoor air quality. For each danger level, there is a solution to reduce health risks.

Belgrade's certified radon mitigation contractor

As your local National Radon Defense dealer, Yellowstone Structural Systems is trained and certified to prevent radon gas from entering your home and alleviate a host of other pollutants. We also go through extensive training to understand and educate our customers about overall indoor air quality. The Environmental Protection Agency categorizes potential indoor air risks in 5 Danger Levels.

In addition to measuring and mitigating radon levels, we have solutions to reduce risks for all 5 danger levels, which includes particles, allergens, chemical pollutants, mold spores and high humidity.

When you contact us for help, our professionals will educate you about your overall indoor air quality and if you have needs to improve your air, we can install an indoor air cleaner, dehumidifier system, or a combination of solutions.

Call us today for an appointment. Our services are available in Belgrade, Bozeman, Big Sky and throughout Montana and Wyoming.


From dust to radon, see how these pollutants affect your home

There are five levels of indoor air pollution danger with "dangerous gases” being the most serious. Please review each level to see how each one applies to your home. We’ve prepared short videos to help inform you about each level.

Danger Level 5: Dangerous Gases

Radon and carbon monoxide are potentially deadly gases that exist in many homes across the U.S. Approximately one in fifteen homes has high levels of radon gas. What makes these gases of particular concern is that they are odorless, tasteless, and invisible. Radon gas occurs naturally as uranium in soil and rocks decays. It may enter the home through cracks and penetrations in slabs and foundations.

Carbon monoxide (CO) is produced by malfunctioning fuel-burning appliances, such as furnaces, boilers, water heaters, and wood stoves. Idling automobiles and outdoor power equipment also produce CO.

Together, radon and carbon monoxide are responsible for the thousands of deaths every year in the United States and Canada. In fact, radon-caused lung cancer kills 15,000 to 21,000 people a year in the U.S. alone.


Danger Level 4: Microbial Growth

Fungus, including mold and mildew, can cause a wide variety of ailments. As these micro-organisms grow, they produce microscopic spores that can travel on air currents from their sources to all areas within the home. They are so tiny they can easily enter your lungs as you inhale.

The reaction of sensitive individuals ranges from mild to severe.  Symptoms include nose and throat irritation, nasal stuffiness, wheezing, eye irritation, skin irritation, shortness of breath, and asthma flares. Excessive mold has been linked to the development of asthma in children. For immunocompromised people, or for those with chronic lung diseases, there is greater risk of opportunistic fungal infections, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Danger Level 3: Allergens & Particulates

Common allergens and particulates include dust, pollen, pet dander, smoke (both wood and tobacco), vehicle exhaust, and insect debris.  Health effects associated with these indoor air pollutants are nose and throat irritation, runny noses, congestion, sneezing, coughing, wheezing, and asthma flares. Even worse, having particulates in the air can significantly increase the danger of radon gas. Gas particles attach to the dust and smoke particles, are inhaled, and lodge themselves in lung tissue.

Yellowstone Structural Systems’s strategies for reducing allergens and particulates include dehumidification and the installation of an electronic air filter or energy recovery ventilator in existing HVAC systems.


Danger Level 2: Infectious Illnesses

Indoor air pollution includes airborne bacteria and viruses. Such contaminants are carried into the home by family members and pets. Infectious disease can include either bacterial diseases such as streptococcus, pneumococcus, and tuberculosis or viral diseases such as influenza, RSV, pneumonia, common cold viruses, and SARS. The health effects associated with this danger level are sinusitis, upper respiratory issues, throat and ear infections, bronchitis, and pneumonia. Yellowstone Structural Systems highly-effective air filtration solutions can reduce the presence of viruses and bacteria in your home.


Danger Level 1: Toxic Compounds

As homes become tighter and more energy efficient, concentrations of toxic compounds can build up and cause negative health effects. Toxic compounds may be generated inside the home by building materials, furniture, carpets, paints, solvents, cleaning chemicals, and personal care products. They may also be transported into the home from outside. Pesticides, for example, may be tracked into the home on shoes or on the paws of pets. Dry-cleaned clothing is carried in on hangers. Toxic compounds include formaldehyde, methylene chloride, acetone, benzene, toluene, and many other carcinogens. Short-term health effects associated with this danger level include memory lapse, mild depression, lung dysfunction, blurred vision, headaches, and lethargy. Long-term exposure to high levels of these compounds may cause cancer and affect the liver, kidneys, and nervous system.


Schedule a radon test today

Do you think you might have a radon problem or other indoor air quality problem in your home Learn more about radon testing and when it's smart to have a radon mitigation system installed.

Give us a call at 1-888-918-7036 or fill out our free estimate form to schedule an appointment for radon testing. We are the trusted radon mitigation company in Great Falls, Missoula, Butte, Gillette, Jackson, Cody, Livingston and surrounding areas of Montana and Wyoming.

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