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Radon Testing and Mitigation

What might cause high radon levels?

Cracks in a solid foundation
Construction joints
Cracks in walls
Cavities inside walls
Gaps in suspended floors
Gaps around service pipes

Additionally, your water supply may bring radon into your building. To identify your radon exposure level, arrange for our radon gas testing services right away. We offer free estimates, and we work with insurance companies.

Want to get your home or business tested for radon?

Want to get your home or business tested for radon?

Is radon entering your building?

Radon rises from the soil through the lowest parts of a building and into the common areas.

Radon is colorless and odorless. The only way to find out your levels is to have a certified test done. It is super simple.
Buckeye Elite Property Services can measure your radon exposure level by performing radon gas. During radon inspections, we usually find that homes have an exposure of about 2.7 pCi/L indoors, but some are higher than 4 pCi/L.

The EPA recommends a rate lower than 4 pCi/L

Image of a newly installed radon system that runs through a clean basement in findlay ohio

How does radon testing and system intallation work?

Someone from our team will place a tester in an appropriate part of your building for 48 to 72 hours, where it will read continuously. If we find an average radon level of 4 pCi/l or more, we recommend installing a radon mitigation system.

Our licensed and insured team will need access to your crawl space and basement for a day or less. We’ll install an efficient, electric piping system that begins working immediately. We’ll also set up another radon tester to make sure that the system is doing its job well. If you have any questions about radon inspections, testing or mitigation, contact us today.

How often should I test my home or business for radon?

It is recommended to test your home or business for radon every two years. Additionally, you should test for radon if you move to a new property, make significant renovations, or install new ventilation systems, as these changes can affect radon levels.

Can I conduct radon testing myself?

While there are DIY radon test kits available, professional testing is recommended for the most accurate and reliable results. Our team uses advanced equipment and follows strict protocols to ensure precise measurements. Professional testing also includes a thorough analysis and recommendations for mitigation if necessary.

How long does it take to install a radon mitigation system?

The installation of a radon mitigation system typically takes a few hours for a residential system and up to two days for a commercial one, depending on the size and complexity of the building. Our team conducts a thorough assessment before beginning the installation to ensure the system is tailored to your specific needs, allowing for efficient and effective radon reduction.

How much does it cost to install a radon mitigation system?

The cost of installing a radon mitigation system can vary based on factors such as the size of the property, the complexity of the installation, and the specific requirements of your building. We provide a detailed estimate after conducting an on-site evaluation, ensuring you understand all associated costs before we proceed with the installation.