A radon mitigation system are steps taken to reduce radon concentration in the indoor air of a home or building. Radon is colorless, odorless gas that occurs naturally and can be drawn into your home through concrete openings in the floors and negative pressure caused by heating systems and wind pressure on your home.

Radon Mitigation Service

We design systems for each home we mitigate with an onsite visit. Every home is different and the best systems are designed for maximum air flow from under the foundation and crawlspace. Our goal is to get the radon levels as low as possible, we normally reduce levels to 0.9 – 1.7 pCi/L. (action level is 4.0 pCi/L)

Open floor cracks and sump openings need to be sealed so a proper vacuum can be drawn from under the basement floor. Radon fans draw air from under the floor, they can be mounted on the outside of the home and vent the radon gas 12″ above the roof or mounted in the attic and vent through the roof.

All our exterior piping is secured properly to the home with standoff white powder coated galvanized pipe hangers designed to secure pipe. The standoff hangers help eliminate noise vibration on the side of the home, especially vinyl siding homes. Some companies use a snap type of pipe hanger made from a piece of pipe that can allow the pipe to blow off on windy days and the weight of the pipe slides down.

Call us at 513-831-0743 for an onsite visit.

Radon when inhaled pose serious health risk, including increased risk of lung cancer. Our radon reduction systems are designed to reduce radon levels as low as possible and create a safe indoor environment.

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Over 36 years of installing systems we have many options to make a system function well and look aesthetically pleasing. We can explain what is needed and give a price with no pressure sales. Normally we email a proposal and if interested just call us for a time to install the system.

Most systems are installed in a day. We provide a post system test to check results, we want to see how our system is working and if additional work is needed. By doing our own follow up test we get to visit the home in three days and look for air leaks or any other issue that sprung up. Companies that don’t do follow up tests aren’t interested in the performance of their system. Homeowners will get a printed copy of the post test and a report on the work done.

Radon Mitigation Service


We are available to answer your questions and give you any additional information needed.