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Typical Radon
Entry Points

  1. Cracks in walls
  2. Cracks in floors
  3. Sump Basket
  4. Gaps around floor drains and plumbing pipes
  5. Gaps around service pipes
  6. Joint between floor and wall
  7. Water supply

Radon is Real!

Eddie's Story
Eddie lived in a home with elevated levels of radon and was diagnosed with lung cancer. After his diagnosis, a radon mitigation system was installed in his home, which he credits with saving his life. Click the video to hear Eddie’s story.

Featured Project

Aesthetic Mitigation

This installation was done with aesthetics in mind to preserve the beauty of the home and to lessen the visual impact of the radon mitigation system.
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Did You Know

RADON IS NATURALLY OCCURRING

Radon is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless radioactive gas.

RADON CAN ENTER YOUR HOME

Radon can seep into your home from the ground through foundation cracks and holes and through well water.

RADON TESTING IS RECOMMENDED

The U.S. EPA and Surgeon General and other groups recommend testing your home for radon.

RADON MITIGATION MAY BE NECESSARY

The EPA recommends installing a radon mitigation system in homes with gas levels that are 4 pCi/L or higher.

Radon Mitigation

Radon is released above eave.
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Special designed fan draws radon up through system.
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Sub-slab depressurization creates a vacuum drawing radon into opening for radon mitigation system.
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What Is Radon?

Radon is a cancer-causing radioactive gas. You cannot see, smell or taste radon, but it may be a problem in your home. The Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States today. READ MORE

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