Radon Mitigation / Abatement

Radon Mitigation / Abatement from Radon Mitigation Virginia

By: Radon Mitigation Virginia  12/12/2014
Keywords: Radon Testing, Radon Mitigation, radon reduction

Radon Mitigation Virginia If high concentrations of radon are found in your home, you have several options. Since radon is only a problem when it is concentrated in high volume, improving the ventilation in an area is often sufficient to solve the problem. In other cases, it may be necessary to limit the amount of radon seeping into the home by sealing or otherwise obstructing the access points. Once again, a professional should be engaged to ensure the radon is effectively blocked. Typical radon mitigation systems can cost between $800 and $2500, according to the EPA. Call us (540) 421-6434 for a free bid today. If you’re buying or selling a home, radon can be a significant issue. Buyers should be aware of the radon risk in their area and determine whether a radon test is needed. When in doubt, the EPA always recommends testing. The cost of the test can be built into the house price. If test results already exist, make sure they are recent or that the home has not been significantly renovated since the test was performed. If in doubt, get a new test done. If your selling a home, having a recent radon test is a great idea. By being proactive, you can assure potential buyers is no risk and avoid the issue from the start. So whether you have an old home or a new one, live in an old mining town or in the middle of the Great Plains, radon is a reality. But it is a reality that we can live with. Proper radon testing and mitigation can eliminate radon as a health threat. For more information, visit the EPA web site on radon at http://www.epa.gov/radon.

Keywords: Radon Detection, Radon Mitigation, Radon Mitigation / Abatement, radon reduction, Radon Remediation, Radon Testing,

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Radon is a known Killer. It is the number one cause of lung cancer among non-smokers and the number two cause of lung cancer among smokers. Radon gas is colorless, odorless and undetectable. Testing is the only way to know if the levels are average or high.