Radon is a hazardous, radioactive gas that naturally occurs in our environment. It seeps out of the rocks and soil.
Technically, radon comes from the depletion of uranium that has been in the ground since Earth's formation.
Radon flows from the soil into outdoor air and the air in homes and commercial buildings from the movement of gases in the soil beneath the structure.
Outside air typically contains extremely low levels of radon, but it builds up in larger concentrations inside a building when the gas is unable to disperse
Compared to better-known home hazards like asbestos and lead-based paint, a significant portion of homeowners is unaware of the danger of household radon exposure because the gas is odorless, tasteless, and colorless.
This makes it a complicated problem to take care of on your own.
It's critical to contact a trained and certified Radon Mitigation company to test your home's Radon levels, especially if you have a growing family.
The radioactive gas can be critically harmful to small children, as their lungs are just developing.
That is why we highly recommend you contact a Professional Ohio Radon Mitigation Company to test your home, analyze your Radon levels, and eliminate any threat.
We are rapidly becoming one of the largest and most respected Radon Mitigation Service Providers in the State of Ohio.
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- Radon is the 2nd leading cause of Lung Cancer in the U.S.
- Radon kills more people annually than Drunk Drivers
- There are more than 21,000 known Deaths Annually
- Radon is the leading environmental cause of Cancer Deaths in the U.S.
Have your home or business tested for Radon
If your Radon levels exceed 4 pCi/L, schedule a Radon Mitigation
Our professional and certified team will install a Radon Mitigation system
Once the Radon levels have declined, you will achieve peace of mind
Testing is the only way to figure out how much radon is currently being trapped in your house.
You could opt to pick up simple tests that are sold at your local hardware store. However, these tests need to be sent to a lab to have the results read.
What if we told you these simple tests could take up to a year before your results are returned?
When you're potentially trapped with radioactive gas for an additional year, your health could severely be put at risk!
However, the newest, most accurate, and state of the art radon testing is done almost instantaneously. This is the procedure we use at Radon Eliminator. It provides you an accurate picture of what is going on inside your house and what action steps need to be taken.
Take control of your health by getting a Discounted Radon Concentration Inspection.
Radon Mitigation is the process used to reduce the radon gas levels inside of a home or building.
Professional installation of a Radon Removal system draws the radon gas from beneath the foundation of the home to be directly vented outside without having a chance to enter the home.
The entire process only takes about a few hours.
According to the EPA, Radon Removal can eliminate up to 99 percent of radon from the home.
The mitigation process must be conducted by a trained and certified professional. That is why you need to schedule a Radon Mitigation from the experts at Radon Eliminator.
A passive radon mitigation system is typically installed when a home is being constructed.
The passive system contains only two components:
A passive system relies on natural pressure differentials and air currents to eliminate radon from the home.
Construction companies will often install a passive system without ever testing a new home for radon.
This could be an issue because passive radon systems do not bring extremely high levels of radon below the EPA recommended 4.0.
Many homebuyers do not realize this when purchasing a home with a passive system, but they might be putting their family's health at risk.
An active radon mitigation system is installed when a home contains elevated levels of radon gas.
It is referred to as an active system because the fan is always pulling radon from beneath the home, so it doesn't have the opportunity to enter and venting it outside. This is referred to as the sub-slab depressurization method.
The active system has four components:
There are several ways for an active mitigation system to be installed depending on the layout of the home, this includes crawlspaces, the overall size of the home, the current radon level, the composition of your soil, and more.
The majority of active radon removal systems can be installed in just a few hours, depending on the complexity of the home.
While Radon Eliminator is physically located in Uniontown, we consider the entire state of Ohio our home!
Call or schedule an appointment to find out how soon we can send a mitigation team to your location.
Address: 4392 S Arlington Rd, Uniontown, OH 44685
Hours: Open 24/7
Phone Number: (330) 248-5322
"Radon Eliminator is a first class company. My basement tested at 24! The normal level should be under 4! Needless to say I was extremely motivated to have the work done. Cedric was so polite and professional, not to mention knowledgeable! First class! Recommend!"
"Cedric and his team were great. They fit us in within a couple of days, the system was installed quickly and with no mess left, they fitted a nice new cover for our sump pump, showed us how to monitor the system, and according to the follow-up test it’s working perfectly. They were polite and friendly. Definitely recommend!"
"Extremely happy with the service provided with this company. Scheduling was easy, communication was great, and pricing was very fair. Radon mitigation installers were polite, professional, and did great work."
Just because you can't see or smell Radon does not make it any less of a threat.
Whether you have a new home, an old home, a massive business building, or a thriving school, a Radon health risk could be imminent.
That is why having a professional Ohio Radon Company test your residence is critical. Don't delay or put your, or your loved ones', health at risk.
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