Radon Gas In My House
Many people ask us What Should I Do If I Find Radon Gas In My House? If you have tested your home for Radon Gas and confirmed that your levels came back elevated, which would be four picocuries per liter or higher. The EPA recommends that you reduce the radon gas levels in your home. High levels of radon gas can be remediated through radon mitigation.
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Find A Licensed Mitigation Specialist
Once you decide to rid your home of radon, it is recommended that you find a certified or licensed radon mitigation specialist to install your radon mitigation system in your home. Removing radon from a home requires specific technical knowledge and unique skill set.
Radon mitigation is the process used to reduce radon gas levels in the breathing zones of an occupied home or building.
Installing a radon removal system will allow the gas from beneath the home to be vented outside. Radon mitigation can eliminate up to 99 percent of radon from your home!
Radon Eliminator guarantees that their mitigation systems will bring your radon gas levels down below the EPA recommend level, or they will fix the problem at not additional cost to you.
Radon gas is a common problem with a dangerous potential for side effects for many homes in Ohio, which is why it is recommended to test and mitigate radon as soon as possible.
If you have high levels of radon gas in your home, do not hesitate to call for a Free Radon Mitigation Quote today, click on the link below.