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Radon Mitigation Process

Radon is a silent threat that often goes unnoticed in a commercial facility. In fact, it currently stands as the top environmental hazard in the US and the second-leading cause of lung cancer. Unfortunately, this deadly radioactive gas can only be detected with radon testing.

If you want to make the indoor air safer for your employees and customers in your office, warehouse, or any other business facility, then it is well worth your time and money to invest in radon testing and radon mitigation. Luckily, you don’t have to look far to find a trusted team for the job because the RadonAway Authorized Professional Network has designed an effective radon mitigation process to ensure your safety.

Proven Process of Radon Mitigation

As certified/licensed radon mitigation professionals, contractors in the RadonAway Authorized Professional Network follow Radon Mitigation Standards developed by industry experts in compliance with American National Standards Institute. Adherence to those standards combined with their experience and diligence, these pros can be relied on to design and install the most effective radon mitigation system for just about gas any building, regardless of size and shape.

What steps do we take to ensure the safety of your commercial space?

Our licensed and certified contractors come to your business to:

  • Diagnose and Evaluate: Our experts begin with the numbers, the radon levels in your workspace. They then use specialized diagnostic equipment to track down the source of radon entry and to test air flow and other conditions below the slab. This allows them to select the best system location and design.
  • Seal Cracks: The pros then track seal all major cracks, using methods and materials best suited to sealing out radon from your building.
  • Install Reduction System: Finally, they choose the appropriate fan to effectively change the air pressure and vent the radon safely through one or more pipes above the roofline.

Learn More About the Radon Mitigation Process

If you are interested in finding out more about the highly effective commercial radon mitigation process, then we encourage you to contact your local RadonAway Authorized Professional. Call to ask any questions you might have, or submit our online form to schedule an evaluation with a qualified radon contractor.