Radon Mitigation Systems
Radon Gas carries risk, even at or below the prescribed action level of removal. The process that is used to reduce radon concentration levels in occupied homes or buildings is called Radon Mitigation.
The ultimate goal of a radon mitigation system is to lower the radon levels below the EPA recommended action level.
- Why is Radon Removal Important?
- Who can Install a Removal System?
- Mitigate the Radon From your Home
- Schedule a Free Removal Estimate
Why is Radon Removal Important?
Radon Gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer deaths in the United States, first among non-smokers. The risk of Lung Cancer increases exponentially with higher long-term average radon levels.
Continued exposure to elevated Radon levels causes the radioactive cells to replicate in a process called mutagenesis, this method deeply affects the overall cellular activity within lung tissue and creates an observable increase in the chance of contracting lung cancer.
Who can install a Removal System?
To ensure that your radon mitigation system is installed properly, you will need to contract a professional team of radon mitigation specialists.
This will is the only way to know for certain that your system is properly located and sized to achieve optimal radon reduction.
If you need even more detail, check out our ultimate guide to Radon Mitigation.
Contact Radon Eliminator to Mitigate the Radon from your Home
A radon mitigation system has the potential to remove up to 99 percent of the radon from your home. With the installation of a mitigation system, you can drastically reduce your risk of lung cancer.
It is important to act quickly for the safety of yourself and your family. If you are unsure of the radon concentration levels in your home, let us provide you with a Discounted Radon Test to see if your home is safe. Once you know the radon levels in your home, you will be able to decide if radon mitigation is needed to keep you safe.
Radon Eliminator has a team of licensed professionals who can provide you with a free radon test or mitigation quote.
Once we understand the layout of your home, we will be able to provide you with detailed information regarding the installation of your Radon Mitigation System.