The EPA recommends that you act to reduce your home's indoor radon levels if your radon test result is 4 pCi/L or higher.
There are several proven methods to reduce radon in homes. In many cases, simple systems using underground pipes and an exhaust fan may be used to reduce radon. These systems are called "sub-slab depressurization," and do not require major changes to your home. These systems remove radon gas from below the concrete floor and the foundation before it can enter the home.
Radon Mitigation requires technical knowledge and special skills. Its important to work with a qualified radon mitigation professional to address radon in your home. Airquip has earned radon mitigation certification from the Center for Environmental Research and Technology, Inc. (CERTI).
As a certified Radon Mitigation company, one of our specialists will perform a visual inspection of your home and design a system that meets your specific needs.