Radon Mitigation Overview
There are no safe levels of radon in homes or commercial properties. High levels of radon exposure have been shown to have significant impacts on health and are the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.
Radon is a common concern for many homes and businesses across the Southwest. Though it varies from county to county, both Texas and New Mexico have shown a high risk for radon exposure in major cities. From El Paso to Austin and Albuquerque to Taos, radon is a prevalent issue.
Thankfully, there are many ways to help minimize and mitigate the levels of radon in homes and commercial properties!
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Radon Mitigation Systems
Radon Mitigation System refers to any system or process designed to reduce the presence of radon gas in the indoor air of a residential or commercial property. This is achieved by expelling the radon gas from beneath the foundation of a property before it can get inside the home or business.
There are a variety of different techniques and systems you can use to mitigate radon levels. Depending on your property’s foundation type, some systems are going to be more optimal than others. As NRPP Certified Radon Mitigation Professionals, we install the following Radon Mitigation Systems:
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Had home radon evaluation and remediation conducted. Owner Lynn was very professional and thorough with the process. Answered all our questions and found most effective and convenient location for remediation system install. Successfully got our high radon levels under the recommended levels. Highly recommend for this and any other services.
He responded immediately and set an appointment that was convenient for me. He arrived early for the appointment and started work immediately. I found his report to be very thorough and efficient with extra resource information attached.
I would highly recommend them… incredibly thorough & professional. Their communication throughout the entire process was timely, effective & accurate. Completely happy with their overall service & would use them again in a heartbeat!
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Texas Homes Need Radon Testing & Mitigation
According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, about one in five homes in the state has elevated radon levels above the EPA's recommended action level of 4 pCi/L. If you're a homeowner or property manager in Texas, it's crucial to understand the risks of radon exposure and to take action to protect your family, tenants, and employees.
Interior vs Exterior Radon Mitigation
When it comes to selecting a radon mitigation system for your home, you'll have the choice between either an interior system or exterior system. Understanding the pros and cons of both will help you make an informed decision when determining which system that best suits your needs for your home or business.
National Radon Action Month
Exposure to indoor radon is a serious health risk for home and business owners. This colorless, odorless, tasteless gas is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers and is responsible for over 20,000 deaths per year. To help raise awareness, promote radon testing, and educate our communities about the dangers of radon, the EPA has designated January as National Radon Action Month here in the United States.