Radon Mitigation and Radon Gas Reduction
Radon exists in every state across America. Radon mitigation and radon testing have become more prevalent in the past few years in residential, commercial and real-estate environments with the real-estate market showing the biggest growth due to some state and local real-estate regulations mandating testing and mitigation of radon as part of a real estate transactions and in response to mandates by health organizations at the state and national level.
Radon mitigation is the removal of radon gas which occurs naturally as uranium decomposes in soil. It is accomplished by drawing radon from below a house through a system of pipes and a fan. The fan pulls the gas safely through a pipe that extends past the roofline of the structure and releases the harmful gas into the air, where it is diluted in the atmosphere. Radon mitigation is the only way of protecting your family from the dangers of radon gas.
With the levels of radon growing every year it is important that you check for radon in your home. SWAT Environmental has been working in this industry for over 32 years and is highly qualified to help you deal with the radon problem in your home or workplace. We have installed thousands and thousands of radon mitigation systems.
The starting cost of a radon mitigation system is $749*
Radon mitigation systems vary depending on the type of structure, the levels of radon and often the age of the dwelling. We have several different systems based on each unique need. To look at the different systems and methods we have available, you can check out our radon mitigation systems as well as some optional add-on products.
*Many factors contribute to the cost of a radon mitigation system – including but not limited to:
- Radon levels in the home
- The foundation type of your home
- The age of your home
- The geographic location of your home or building
Looking For More Information About Radon?
We have numerous resources related to radon gas, its effect on the body, and how to test your home. If you don’t find what you are looking for here, you can check out more radon related resources: Radon FAQs, Radon Facts, Radon Testing, or Radon for Homeowners.