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According to the PA Department of Environmental Protection, an estimated 40 percent of Pennsylvania homes have radon levels above 4.0 pCi/L. The Environmental Protection Agency has established 4.0 pCi/L and higher as a dangerous level of radon exposure at which health risks become very serious. That's why it's essential for PA homeowners to have their homes tested for radon levels and, if needed, install a radon mitigation system to restore health and safety to the indoor air.
Since radon gas is caused by the natural process of uranium decay, and uranium is found in most soil, radon is not limited to affecting just one state or area of the world. It can be found in any home, anywhere.
The National Radon Defense has designed a system to produce the nation's finest radon specialists in Pennsylvania, and our certified contractors are fully qualified for both radon testing and radon abatement. It is our goal to properly inform the public of the radon hazards and the benefits of radon mitigation.
There's absolutely no reason why you and your loved ones have to suffer from the dangerous effects of radon gas. Contact the radon mitigation specialists at NRD today to mitigate your Pennsylvania home.
Project Location: SANTA BARBARA DR, Lancaster, PA 17601
Comment: When we bought this house it tested high for radon. we insisted on a system as part of the terms of our purchase. it was then magically ok according to the people who installed the system and retested. we recently did our own test because we had concerns that both of our children now have persistent caughs. I have had a persistent caugh as well for over a year now. the company that installed the sysem does not return out calls.
Project Location: Hauser Rd, G105, Macungie, PA 18062
Comment: Need to check if my home has Radon gas.
Project Location: Sloan Hill Road, Kittanning, PA 16201
Comment: I did an in home test and the results were 5.3. Can I get a quote for remediation?
Project Location: N. 17th Street, Easton, PA 18042
Comment: Radon test revealed 11.6 PCI/L House built in 1900 and has 1,700 sq ft