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Radon Reduction System Professionals


If your home has tested positive for radon, we can help! Our friendly, professional radon contractors will help protect your family from harm by providing radon abatement systems for maintaining safe radon levels.

Radon Solutions Inc. is a top-of-the-line radon mitigation contractor serving homes and businesses in the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia area. Our company has been installing radon mitigation systems since 1991. We strive to provide our customers with up-to-date energy saving knowledge, speedy estimates, installations, and exemplary service. We take pride in our work and deliver on our word. Contact the professionals at Radon Solutions Inc. to learn more.
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We recommend that all testing, except for diagnostic testing, be performed by a second party as we feel it is a conflict of interest to test for radon as well as performing mitigation services. Ask us for a list of highly qualified testing companies listed by area. Or, if you prefer, we can provide you with information about testing your home yourself. Once it's determined you have elevated levels of radon, we will make the installation process easy. Remember, it's recommended that all homes be checked for radon every two years as environmental conditions can cause radon levels to change with time.

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There are three main types of radon mitigation systems. The most common type is a sub-slab suction system. The second is sub-membrane suction, used to mitigate crawl space areas. Sometimes these systems are combined to treat homes with combination foundations, and they are referred to as a combination system. The third type of radon mitigation system is a heat recovery ventilation system or HRV. This system is used for very specialized radon issues.

The design of a radon mitigation system should be based on the most effective system to lower the radon levels as much as possible. The appearance of the system should also be taken into consideration, and, in most cases, the system can be installed in a fashion that does not affect the appearance of the home or the way a person uses the home. Our skilled pros help you understand what is being done and why, every step of the way. Call us today at 540-820-5891.
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