Radon levels in South Dakota vary, but you have a right to know your home's level of this toxic gas. It's no secret that radon knows how to hide, which makes it all the more dangerous. Your home could have high radon levels and you wouldn't even know without a radon test.
As an odorless, tasteless, colorless gas, radon cannot be traced by the human senses. The good news? It can be detected by a professional radon test and can be mitigated and reduced to a healthy level.
It's every South Dakota homeowner's dream to maintain a healthy, safe home, and there's no reason your home should be anything but that!
Each home in South Dakota is different, and every home has a different radon level. Be sure to contact your local radon mitigation specialist from National Radon Defense today and schedule your home inspection and radon mitigation.
Project Location: South Dakota St, Canton, SD 57013
Comment: I purchased a digital radon gas detector. The level in my basement is 18.9 and the level upstairs is 13 to 14.3. About how much would it cost to get a system installed? And when could I get it done? Thank you
Project Location: Mulligan Circle, Hartford, SD 57033
Comment: New construction home built in 2013. We moved in in January of 2014. Two years ago we moved our oldest son to basement bedroom. He gets stomach bugs quite often. I just found out I have a mass on my lung and am awaiting biopsy results currently in the hospital. Got to thinking about our last home and how we had to put a mitigation system in when we sold it. Both homes in Hartford area. Want to see about levels in our new home. Thanks!