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: Hummelstown, PA 17036
Comment: I need to check my home to put mashing for Raoan systems
Project Location: Sinking Spring, PA 19608
Comment: Just want to check if there's radon gas oresent at our house and what the possible solution is if it os present
Project Location: New Florence, PA 15944
Comment: I recently had testing done in my home and my 48hr average was in the upper 30's. Now I need estimates on installation of a system.
Project Location: Malvern, PA 19355
Comment: Hi - we have a split level home built in 1955, and would like a quote on installing a radon mitigation system. Believe we need 3 suction points. Thanks.
Project Location: South Park, PA 15129
Comment: Test for radon 5.7 what can I do?
Project Location: Oakmont, PA 15139
Comment: I've lived In my house 15 years we've never checked for radon interested in testing. Didn't know if everyone should have it done.