Radon is considered a “silent killer” and can affect the air that we breathe. Over 20,000 Americans die of radon-related lung cancer each year. Below are a few serious side effects that may be noticed after radon reaches dangerous levels in your home.
Most homes test for radon only when it becomes a noticeable issue; however, you should be testing for radon periodically to ensure the air you breathe is always safe. Your local radon testing & mitigation contractor in Wilmington will be able to detect such issues and offer you a free radon estimate.
After making a radon test appointment with your local Wilmington contractor, we will determine if the level of radon detected is high enough to proceed with the process, which would be between 3-5pCi/L. Assuming that is the case, our radon mitigation solutions are designed to bring the radon down to a healthier level. One option is to eliminate radon by using the soil suction method. This method draws the radon from below the basement or crawl space floor and pushes it out into the outside air. Below are a few of our other systems and methods for removing radon.
Although the ‘do it yourself’ kits can give accurate results, it is safer to take the chance with a professional to avoid possible false results. Without a professional assisting with your test, you could miss the dangerous levels of radon in your home. When it comes to your health, we want to provide the most trusted service possible. Contact your local radon testing dealer in Wilmington today to schedule your appointment. Our radon test takes only three steps, which include:
If you believe you may have radon in the air, call to set up a free estimate on our radon services. Even if you aren’t 100% sure, it is best to have radon testing done to ensure your home is safe. Leave it up to National Radon Defense to keep you and the air you breathe safe. Protect your family and call to get your Wilmington home tested for radon today!
Project Location: Wilmington, DE 19808
Comment: I just bought a home that has a radon mitigation system that's set up in the same pit as the sump pump system. The enclosure is completely sealed off by concrete, which is an issue if we ever need to replace the sump pump or test the float. The home inspector informed me that a radon mitigation company could come out and drill a hole and fashion a plug so we could access the sump pump if we ever needed to. Is the solution this simple, and could you give me a price estimate for this job?
Project Location: Wilmington, DE 19803
Comment: The current average radon concentration is 5.4