What happens if my house tests high for radon?
Lowering high radon levels requires technical knowledge and special skills. Chances are your radon level can be significantly reduced by installing a radon reduction system, otherwise known as a radon mitigation system. At Home Radon’s radon mitigation systems include a monitor that will indicate whether the system is operating properly. In addition, we will retest your home immediately to determine the post mitigation radon levels.
At Home Radon guarantees that your radon level will be reduced to under 4.0 pCi/L. We also encourage every homeowner to test their home for radon every two years just to be sure radon
levels remain low.
You should use a contractor who is trained to fix radon problems. At Home Radon is licensed by the Ohio Department of Health and has installed hundreds of radon systems. We are also licensed in Indiana. Currently Kentucky does not have licensing requirement for the radon industry. At Home Radon adheres to the highest level of professional standards as outlined by the EPA and the National Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists.