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Radon Mitigation

If it is discovered that you have high levels of radon in your home, no worries, EVERY HOME CAN BE FIXED. The most commonly used and highly successful technique for radon removal is called Active Soil Depressurization. This technique captures the radon under your home before it enters, then effectively redistributes it outside, where it is safely diluted into the atmosphere.

In most cases, the mitigation process takes one to two days. This type of work is very specialized and most contractors are not trained to perform radon mitigation. I have gone through a specialized training program originally designed and administered by the Environmental Protection Agency which is now done by the National Environmental Health Association.


Cost

Every home is unique and there can be more than one option for a mitigation system design in the same home, so there are many variables that can affect the cost of mitigation. Varying factors may include foundation type, square footage, crawl space, height of home and even soil density underneath home. For these reasons, average costs can range from $1,500 (low end) to $2,900 (high end), and of course there can be exceptions.




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