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Radon Mitigation is Growing in Popularity Throughout Ohio

The soils of Ohio contain high concentrations of uranium and radium, which provide a constant source of Radon toxicity into nearby homes. Cities with some of the highest levels of toxicity include:

Akron | Cleveland | Canton | North Canton | Parma | Lorain | Cuyahoga Falls | Stow | Kent | Medina | Columbus | Westerville | Worthington | Dublin | Gahanna | Grove City | Reynoldsburg | Grandview Heights | Bexley | Upper Arlington | Powell

Professional installation of a Radon Removal system draws radon gas from beneath the foundation of the home to be directly vented outside without having a chance to enter the home. According to the EPA, Radon Removal can eliminate up to 99 percent of radon from the home. These Radon Mitigation devices, called soil suction radon reduction systems, should always be installed and supervised by a Licensed Radon Mitigation Specialist or Radon Remediation Service Provider. Also, re-testing should be done at regular intervals to ensure the quality of the Radon Mitigation. 


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Other than Soil, What Else Makes Ohio Homeowners Susceptible to High Levels of Radon?

Homeowners can reduce their risk of lung cancer, but they must act soon. Elevated levels of radon can be found in any home. Often, next-door neighbors can have vastly different radon readings — one safe and the other not. 


We had a radon problem in our basement , our basement has a supporting wall with an 18 inch footer in the middle of the basement so it required mitigation on both sides of the supporting wall.
Our radon reading was 14 when they started and .5 when they finished.
4 guys showed up on time and completed the job in two hours.
Great job and a great warranty

Andy E