You will "breathe easy" knowing that At Home Radon keeps you and your family safe from the harmful effects of radon.

At Home Radon’s trained and caring professionals deliver the protection and results your family deserves. We provide you with exceptional service while giving you the freedom to focus on your priorities.

Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive gas. You cannot see, smell, or taste radon, but it Is present in many homes. Breathing air containing high levels of radon increases your risk of getting lung cancer. The Surgeon General has warned that breathing higher levels of radon is a cause of lung cancer.

The service technician was very professional. All elements of the system were explained. A radon post test was set to ensure that the system was working.
- H.H. Hebron, Kentucky

They were very nice, professional, and did a wonderful job. They explained everything before starting the job and after completing the job. Also, cleaned all their mess.
– Z.L. Fairfield, Ohio

This company went above & beyond in explaining procedures & installing equipment. The owner was awesome in all aspects of his business.
– B.C. Lawrenceburg, Indiana

 
  • Trained local experts who provide caring, professional attention to you and your family
  • Responsive, reliable and hassle-free service that makes your life easier
  • Unsurpassed results backed by our iron-clad Guarantee, 100% success rate and premium installation
  • Security and peace of mind that comes from knowing your family is safe and your home is protected
  • Truth, integrity and accountability - the cornerstones that guide our actions

Testing is the only way to know if you have elevated levels of radon in your home. You can TRUST the professionals with At Home Radon to take care of your home from start to finish.

Getting your home tested is simple, just call us to schedule a professional radon test at 513-561-TEST or contact us here or e-mail us at info@athomeradon.com

Radon Mitigation is the process of reducing radon in your home. A radon mitigation system draws air from under your home’s slab and exhausts it outside where the radon dissipates into the environment. This process is called "sub-slab suction" or "sub-slab depressurization." At Home Radon will access your home and find the best location to install your radon mitigation system. Click here to get a copy of At Home Radon's Easy Guide to Radon, which explains how it works.