Radon testing and radon mitigation are highly specialized trades.
This is one industry that still hasn't been taken over by the DIYers.
And, selecting the right radon contractor can be a life or death decision.
As the second leading cause of lung cancer in America, radon contributes to more than 21,000 deaths every year.
High levels of radon can occur anywhere in the country. There is no section or area of the country that is completely safe from radon.
Because of this, you want to be sure to select a radon mitigation company that knows what they're doing and can rid your home or business of its radon problem.
When you hire a radon mitigation company, a professional radon contractor will analyze your business or residence and help you choose the best method for radon gas reduction.
They will also make sure the mitigation system they install works properly and lowers the radon levels back to a safe reading.
In the article below, we will talk about things you should consider, and questions you should ask when hiring your radon mitigation company.