One of the most common things that we are asked is, "What Should I Do If I Find Radon Gas In My House?" If you have already tested your home for radon gas and your levels cam back elevated, it is recommended by the EPA and WHO that you reduce the radon gas levels in your home. This is done by installing a radon removal or radon mitigation system.
Removing radon from a home requires specific technical knowledge and skills. We recommend only using a professional and certified mitigation specialist to install you radon mitigation system. Utah Radon Services is certified, licensed and has the experience you need. Once you've confirmed high radon levels in your home we can offer a free bid for a radon mitigation system. This can often times be done by talking to a radon specialist over the phone. If requested, or if your home is more complex, we can also have someone come to your home to do the bid.
The process used to reduce radon levels inside the home is called radon mitigation. These radon removal systems create ventilation in the soil under the foundation. Suction is created by a fan and carries the radon and other soil gasses through a series of pipes before exhausting them into the air outside the house.
Radon mitigation can reduce up to 99 percent of the radon from your home. Utah Radon Services guarantees to reduce the radon levels in your home to below 2.7 pCi/L or less, or they will fix the problem at no additional cost to you. In many cases, radon will be reduced to below 1 pCi/L.
Our experienced team has installed thousands of radon mitigation systems throughout Utah since 2012. Installation is affordable and completed within one day.
If you have high levels of radon gas in your home, request a free quote for mitigation. Fill out the form on this page or call us at 801-871-0715.