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What Level of Radon is Safe?

There is no safe level of radon. Radon is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas that damages the cells that line your lungs. Long-term exposure can lead to lung cancer. The lower your radon levels are, the better off you and your loved ones will be. Get a Free Radon Mitigation Estimate What do Radon Levels…

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What Radon Test Kit to Use?

Wondering which radon test kit to get? There are two main types: Short-term  Long-term Let’s see which one is right for you. Short-term Radon Tests If you are testing for the first time, start with a short-term test. These test kits are exposed for 3 to 7 days and then sent to a lab for…

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How Much Does Radon Mitigation Cost?

Radon mitigation typically costs between $1500 to $2500 here in Minnesota. Be very cautious of low-priced contractors and do your homework.    How Much Does American Radon Mitigation Charge? Most of our radon mitigation systems cost between 5 and 6k. Why? Because we specialize in one thing and that is to get your radon levels as…

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Passive Radon Mitigation System Not Working?

We recently had two calls from people that had activated their passive radon mitigation systems by having a contractor add a radon fan in their attic. The radon levels did not go down after the fans were added, and in one case, the levels went up. Get Your Free Radon Mitigation Estimate We were hired…

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What is Radon Mitigation?

Radon mitigation is a ventilation system that reduces the radon levels in your family’s home. There are a few different ways to do this, but the most common approach is called active soil depressurization (ASD). This means designing and installing a radon reduction system that creates suction under your home. How Does Radon Mitigation Work?…

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