Real Estate Services

Your Leading resource for Radon Removal, Serving Real Estate Professionals

IN 2001, SWAT ENVIRONMENTAL WAS PURCHASED BY A REALTOR WHO RECOGNIZED
THE NEED FOR A RADON MITIGATION FOCUSING ON HELPING THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY.

GET A QUOTE NOW!

Quality You Can Trust

#1 Radon Mitigation Specialist for the North Star State
With the most Radon Mitigation Systems.

SWAT of Minnesota Employes more certified technicians.
Enabling us to offer our customers next day, and in some situations, same day service.

GET A QUOTE NOW!

Protecting Minnesota

Keeping Minnesota Healthy And Radon Free

Your choice for radon gas mitigation. Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer among non-smokers
and has been found responsible for about 21,000 lung cancer deaths each year.

GET A QUOTE NOW!

Radon in Minnesota...

Minnesota radon levels pose a significant health risk
nearly 80% of counties are rated high radon zones.

SWAT Environmental of Minnesota is here to help with radon mitigation.
Test your home to know if your home has a radon problem. Don't hesitate Test Today !

GET A QUOTE NOW!

Got Radon Minnesota?

Contact SWAT Today ! Get help.

Swat Environmental is Minnesota's radon mitigating solution.
Employing more certified mitigators than any other radon mitigation company.

GET A QUOTE NOW!

Minnesota Radon Mitigation and Radon Gas Removal

Radon Mitigation in Minnesota

Radon is becoming more of an issue in Minnesota and all across the country. Minnesota's estimated indoor radon levels make the state of Minnesota a high risk state. Minnesota is estimated to have indoor radon levels above 2pCi/L and in most counties above 4pCi/L.

Protecting yourselves from radon

Three ways that you can help in protecting not only your immediate family but your extended family as well.

  • The first step in protecting your loved ones is to have your home tested. Obviously the only way to know if you have a problem with radon in your home is to test your home to see what your indoor levels are before you know if you have an issue to address or not. If your indoor levels are higher than that of the EPA safe zone of 4.0pCi/L or the World Health organizations safe zone of 2.7pCi/L or above you can determine if you need to consult a mitigation professional or not.
  • The Second step is reducing your exposure to the dangerous gas. If determined that you want to or need to address a radon issue in your home or business finding a way to mitigate is the best way to reduce your indoor exposure. A certified mitigation specialist will be able to come into your home or business and develope a plan to address those issues through mitigation practices and procedures.
  • The third step in protection is to get informed and spread the word. Finding out what the dangers are and how it can affect your health will give you the knowledge you need to keep your self safe as well as your family. The more you know about radon and exposure the easier it is to share that information with family and friends which will help them in determining if they have an issue that needs addressed as well.

Radon is a highly invasive gas and indoor levels tend to change through-out the year due to change in climate and pressure. With Minnesota having drastic climate changes and the soil content aiding in the production of radon, Minnesota residents should make it a point to get informed on what radon is and how to live with it without becoming susceptible to health risks due to over exposure of the dangerous gas.

Radon gas is all around us and there is no escaping it. There will always be some level of radon in the outdoor air and inside your home due to the breakdown of uranium and thorium in soil. Outdoor levels across the United States are estimated at around 0.4pCi/L and indoor levels will always be more that that because of the gas becoming contained inside, which is where the over-exposure will occur causing health issues over time.

Though over-exposure to radon gas over extended periods of time can cause health risks that doesn't mean that you have to panic if you find out that your home is tested at un-safe levels. The real danger is living in that environment over a period of several years so the best thing that you can do if you fall in that category is to address the issue in a timely manner and you should be fine. As long as you make sure your home is mitigated and levels of radon are reduced you shouldn't have anything to worry about. But, Make sure that you do have your home or business tested so that you are able to address the issue before it becomes a problem.

Up
Radon Test Results