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Radon Mitigation

Radon mitigation is any process used to reduce radon gas concentrations. Most people that get lung cancer caused by radon measure between 2 pCi/L and 4 pCi/L. In the event your Radon levels measure above 2.0 pCi/L, it’s time to take action! As an EPA Compliant Mitigation Company nationally certified  by AARST and NRPP as well as a licensed general contractor, we are qualified to design and install a custom mitigation system for your specific home. If your home has measured above 2.0 pCi/L, please contact us for a free mitigation estimate (See form below).

Here is a map that shows the radon levels for different regions of Utah.

 

Free Mitigation Estimate Form

Our Guarantee

The “ARS” Radon Mitigation System will be installed as per EPA and local regulatory standards. It is “Our Guarantee” that this Mitigation system will result in a Radon Gas reduction level BELOW the EPA recommended level of 2.7 pCi/L. The ARS “Base” system (see below) results in over 95% of homes below 2.7 pCi/L. Due to unknown conditions that may exist below the surface of your home i.e. compact soils, grade beams and footings the base system may not be 100% effective. In some cases additional work may be required due to lack of permeability caused by these unknown conditions. In these rare circumstances additional suction points may be needed to get below 2.7 pCi/L.  “ARS” also includes a 5 year, transferable parts and labor warranty on all system components.

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We’re always just a phone call or email away. Our knowledgeable team can help you with any radon questions you may have.

Call us at 1-888-60-RADON or email us at info@advancedradonsolutions.com

Learn more about Radon

Is Your Home Safe From Radon Gas?

What is Radon?

Dangerous levels of radon in Utah

Why is Radon bad for my health?

This is radon gas decaying in a cloud of alcohol.  It shows the radiation of particles as they decay and explode.   When inhaled, these explosions occur in the lungs and can cause lung cancer by mutating healthy cells.