Radon levels in Kansas vary, but you have a right to know your home's level of this toxic gas. Although radon may not be the most well-known home issue, it's no secret that radon knows how to hide.
As an odorless, tasteless, colorless gas, radon cannot be traced by the human senses, but it can be detected by a professional radon test and can be mitigated and reduced to a healthy level.
It's every Kansas homeowner's dream to maintain a healthy, safe home, and there's no reason your home should be anything but that!
Each home in Kansas is different, and every home has a different radon level. Be sure to contact the radon experts at NRD today and schedule your home inspection and mitigation.
Project Location: Prairie Village, KS 66208
Comment: I have high levels of radon (7) that I need to mitigate via my crawl space. In looking at options it seems a vapor barrier would be needed so I'm evaluating as well insulation or encapsulation in my crawl space to also help with keeping the house/floors warm. I want to make sure I'm thinking thru the crawl space holistically since all of this is interrelated. I am leaning towards insulating between the floor joists but would like options on best approach with radon mitigation considering that plan.
Project Location: Manhattan, KS 66502
Comment: Neighbors who bought house on same block tested for radon and recommended we do the same