If you’ve recently tested your home for radon and discovered a radon level at or over 4pCi/L, it’s time for radon mitigation. Many homeowners enjoy DIY home projects, and while the installation of a mitigation system might seem simple at first glance, radon mitigation is truly a mixture of science and experience in the field and should only be undertaken by a certified radon professional.
Radon is the #1 cause of lung cancer for nonsmokers and the second leading cause overall. Elevated radon is a serious health issue, affecting 1 in 6 homes across the United States, and should be treated by a professional radon contractor. Just as you would not ask your dentist to perform your heart surgery, a certified radon mitigator is the right choice for radon mitigation and a safer, healthier home.
What to Look for When Hiring a Radon Contractor
When choosing a professional radon contractor, you want to make sure they have the right qualifications and experience, as well as good reviews. RadonAway works with a network of qualified radon mitigation professionals across the country and has thoroughly vetted them so that you can be certain you are getting the best mitigation services for your home.
RadonAway vetted professionals are:
- Proven to use top-quality products
If you hire a contractor who isn’t certified, they might not follow accepted radon mitigation standards. This could lead to improper venting of the radon or even premature system failure, and you might still be living with high radon.
Fill out our Find a Radon Professional form to get in touch with a fully vetted radon contractor in your area. RadonAway works with only the best radon contractors in the industry, so you can feel confident with your decision.