Radon Remediation –

radon remediation

Radon remediation is a process that can reduce radon levels in water supplies and buildings. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can be hazardous to your health. Luckily, there are several radon mitigation techniques. These techniques can reduce levels in both water supplies and buildings by up to 90 percent.

What is Radon Remediation?

A radon mitigation process involves installing a system that uses an exhaust fan to draw radon gas from the air. The system is made up of several components that can remove radon from your home. The first step in radon mitigation is to test your home. Then, you can choose between two different techniques – passive and active.

LIfetimeRadonMitigation unfinished basements or use radon sealant. Alternatively, radon mitigation methods can include installing an air-to-air heat exchanger, otherwise known as an HVR (heat recovery ventilation).

Radon remediation can be expensive, depending on the amount of radon in your home and the extent of the problem. However, most homes can be fixed for a cost comparable to other common home repairs. You can contact your state’s radon office for more information and to get an estimate from a qualified contractor.