Radon Mitigation And Radon Testing Service In Cincinnati

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What We do


Radon Testing

Radon is a colorless, odorless, cancer-causing gas and it is impossible
to detect without proper testing. Make sure your home and family
are protected by getting it properly tested by a pro. We are
always available for a test.


Radon Mitigation

When it is about radon, you want to make sure to use a certified and experienced mitigator who can do it for you right the very first time.
It’s a matter of health of you and your loved ones, and no
one takes a chance with that.

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Why Choose Us

Job Done Right First Time

Always On Time

We value your time and know arriving and completing the job on time are important. That is why we pride ourselves on our On-Time Guarantee. We are always on time!

Quality Solution

All of the products we use in radon mitigation are top of the line quality products which carry a 5 year warranty. We make sure it's done right the first time!

24/7 Availability

We are always available for the service. All you need to do is give us a call and you will find us right there for any kind of support you need from us.

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Professional Radon Removal Services From Specialist

Radon affects 1 out of every 15 homes in Cincinnati alone and is responsible for 20,000 radon induced lung cancer deaths every year. Almost every property in Cincinnati is at risk of elevated radon levels, and we can provide you with the support you need to fight back against Cincinnati’s #1 indoor environmental hazard.


Effective radon mitigation services

Defence from Radon is in real a very important part of defending your family and the home. Radon, a dangerous gas for your lungs, usually enters through the soil. Any solid foundation home is at risk of suffering from high radon levels, so radon mitigating in such houses is very important. Since Radon is natural and radioactive, you should not take a chance with the life of your loved ones. And when you need someone with right experience, you can always count on us.

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What is Radon

What is radon

Simply, Radon is a Radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer. It is a “type A” carcinogen. Scientifically, Radon is a radioactive element that is part of the radioactive decay chain of naturally occurring uranium in soil. You can’t see radon. You can’t smell radon & you can’t taste radon. Unlike carbon monoxide and many other home pollutants, radon’s adverse health effect – lung cancer – is usually not produced immediately. It is possible to be exposed for many years without knowing it.

The EPA estimates that about 21,000 lung cancer deaths each year in the U.S. are radon-related. Exposure to radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking. Radon is an odorless, tasteless, invisible gas produced by the decay of naturally occurring uranium in soil and water. Radon is a form of ionizing radiation and a proven carcinogen. Lung cancer is the only known effect on human health from exposure to radon in air. Thus far, there is no evidence that children are at greater risk of lung cancer than adults

Radon F.A.Q.

Here are some frequently asked questions about Radon.

Most mitigation systems are within a range of $1,500. However, bigger homes with multiple foundations or complex configuration can cost up to $3000 or more depending on the size of home. Professional testing of a home can cost from $150 to $800.

Radon has been found in homes all over the United States. It comes from the natural breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water and gets into the air you breathe. Radon typically moves up through the ground to the air above and into your home through cracks and other holes in the foundation. Radon can also enter your home through well water. Your home can trap radon inside.

The acceptable radon level is below 2 pCi/L, anything above that is considered a health hazard. And if it above 4 pCi/L then you must get radon mitigation done.

EPA recommends that you take action to reduce your home’s indoor radon levels if your radon test result is 4 pCi/L or higher. It is better to correct a radon problem before placing your home on the market because then you have more time to address a radon problem.

Radon is naturally occurring gas which is created by natural decay of radioactive materials already present in the soil. This gas then enters in crawlspace through pores and cracks in the floor. Even if there are no cracks in floor, radon can still get in through gap around the pipes and pores present in the floor.

Temporarily, yes. The outside air has less radon and when you open windows, outside air gets mixed with inside air and the concentration on radon is reduced, but it is not a permanent solution. You can’t keep your window open 24×7 around the year. There might be places in your house where there are no easy access to outside air. A radon mitigation system protects the whole house.

If you feel difficulty in breathing, tightness in chest, worsening cough or trouble in swallowing, these are some of the symptoms that there may be high level of radon in your home. When you get radon testing done, it may only be confirmed then.

Any home, new or old, regardless of its age is at risk. The best option is to get radon testing done.

There is no law that stops from sale or purchase of home with elevated radon levels. In some states you need to disclose the level and any other test done for radon. If you have a radon mitigation system installed, it might require a maintenance data.

The Ohio Department of Health estimates that half of Ohio homes have radon levels above the EPA’s recommended action level.

Ohio has no law requiring owners to test and mitigate homes for radon prior to sale or rental of a property. However, sellers must disclose on the Residential Property Disclosure Form the previous or current presence of radon.