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Restoration Contracting Services, Inc. is your local radon company serving the Pittsburgh, PA area. We are a certified National Radon Defense dealer with professional radon abatement technicians ready to help you successfully mitigate radon in your home.
Radon is an odorless, tasteless, and invisible gas that occurs naturally in soil, rocks and other organic material. It usually enters your house through the soil and stones surrounding your foundation. Even if you don't think the radon levels in your home are high, annual radon tests are recommended as 1 in 15 homes in the US currently have dangerously high levels of radon gas, as estimated by the EPA. On top of that, radon gas is a leading cause of lung cancer in the US, second only to smoking.
Radon exposure is so common yet dangerous and as such is not something that should be ignored or left to chance. This is why Restoration Contracting Services, Inc. offers a variety of radon removal services to help keep homes in safe and healthy.
Some of the radon services we offer include:
We also offer mold removal in Pittsburgh to increase the air quality and overall health of your home.
During their visit, our certified radon experts will work with you to help answer any questions you have about radon, determine the radon level in your home, determine where radon may be entering your home, and then customize a radon mitigation system that will provide a long-lasting, effective solution to your radon problem.
If you have never tested for radon before or haven't tested in a while, now is the time to call or contact us online to schedule your FREE radon removal estimate in Pittsburgh, PA. If you already have a radon mitigation system and simply want to tests its efficiency or upgrade we at Restoration Contracting Services, Inc. are here to help! We offer radon mitigation system repair as well as upgrades to an existing system.
Project Location: Oak Road, Pittsburgh, 15239
Comment: Looking to get my house tested / monitored for radon gas