Northland Basement Systems offers radon mitigation services to homeowners and businesses throughout Wisconsin and Michigan in order to reduce high levels of radon and keep homeowners and businesses safe and healthy.
Over 20,000 deaths each year are associated with radon gas exposure, and much of this exposure happens right inside our own home. Radon is also linked to an increased risk of developing lung cancer. With this in mind, it’s important to have your home tested for high radon levels. As an authorized National Radon Defense (NRD) contractor, we are experts in radon testing and radon mitigation. We follow the NRD’s guidelines of integrity, respect, and responsibility, because when it comes to the health and safety of you and your family, we take our job very seriously.
We offer several radon testing options, including some that stay in your house for only a few days and some that remain in your home for up to 90 days. All of our radon tests are simple, easy solutions that will bring you piece of mind and get you on your way to a healthier home. If we discover high radon levels in your structure, one of our radon specialists will then sit down with you and discuss a plan for reducing radon levels. We offer several radon abatement options and will work with you to figure out what will work best within your home and your budget.
Besides being expert radon mitigators, Northland Basement Systems also offers basement waterproofing, crawl space repair, and foundation repair services throughout the Michigan and Wisconsin. Contact us today to schedule a free in-home consultation and radon mitigation estimate. We install radon reduction systems in Ashland, Houghton, Ironwood, Calumet, Eagle River, Hancock, Iron River, Phillips, Minocqua, Park Falls and surrounding areas.
Northland Basement Systems insulated the perimeter walls with SilverGlo and fully encapsulated space with CleanSpace and a drainage matting to control earth's moisture as well as seal from rodents and insects.
Concrete entrance way lifted using PolyLevel in Escanaba, MI.
The sump pump is the heart of the system. It's what does all the work by pumping the unwanted water that enters your basement, out. It only makes sense that you have one that works properly so you don't end up with a flooded basement. NBS has several options for you to choose from depending on your basemet needs.