Elevated levels of radon gas can be found throughout New Hampshire, especially in the north, east, and southeastern portions. However, high radon levels can be found in any home regardless of location, so it's essential to have your home radon tested to determine the safety of your indoor air.
Although you may not be able to detect it with any of your human senses, the radon specialists at National Radon Defense can not only inspect your home's levels but also provide solutions for maintaining a healthy radon level in your New Hampshire home.
Project Location: Goffstown, NH 03045
Comment: We got our radon levels tested and they were slightly above where the EPA recommends mitigation (levels were at 4.5 pCi/L). Our basement is unfinished but I plan on eventually putting a work-from-home office down there.
Project Location: Concord, NH 03303
Comment: Looking to get radon testing done to see if I need to install a mitigation system.
Project Location: New Hampshire, NH 03077
Comment: Have respiratory issues which are worse when in the house.
Project Location: Hampton Falls, NH 03844
Comment: We bought an old (1816) farmhouse that has a radon problem-tested at 19. Apparently, the moisture evacuation system in the basement complicates our radon mitigation solution. We do not know where to turn for a good solution. We were told that we likely need a complicated HVAC solution.
Project Location: Lee, NH 03861
Comment: Prolonged sickness in the house, but no identifiable cause. Coughing and weakness.
Project Location: Moultonborough, NH 03254
Comment: Our house is about a year old and we would like to have it tested for radon