If your home contains elevated levels of radon gas, you will need a Radon Mitigation System installed to remove the high concentration levels in your home.
For more information on homes with high radon levels, read our blog post: "Is it Safe to Buy a Home with Elevated Radon Levels?"
There are many ways for a home to be built, which means there is more than one way to install a radon mitigation system. There are several options for installation depending on the layout of each home.
When you obtain a price quote from our licensed mitigation specialist they will explain which type of installation will be the most beneficial for your home.
Radon Eliminator offers the highest quality of service. Read more about it in our blog post: "Quality Assurance Guarantee When You Choose Radon Eliminator."
Table of Contents
- Exterior Radon Mitigation System
- Interior Radon Mitigation System
- Crawl Space Installation
- Passive Mitigation System
- Sump Pump Installation
- Schedule a Free Mitigation Estimate
Some of the options for installation include the following: