Have you asked yourself, “Should I buy a home with a radon mitigation system?” You have been searching for that special place to call home, but you have just discovered elevated radon through testing. Making the decision to buy a home with elevated radon should not be a complicated one. A properly installed radon mitigation system lowers the radon gas to EPA accepted levels.
A radon mitigation system removes radon through abatement. Results have indicated 1 in 10 homes have elevated radon levels in Wisconsin. Many homes in West Milwaukee test for elevated radon.
If a radon mitigation system has been properly installed, sub-slab radon mitigation will consecutively remove radon gas from the home, condo, apartment or commercial area. Often a home with a radon mitigation system can be more safe then a home which has never been tested for radon. When a home is found elevated and mitigation has occurred, it can give a homeowner or tenant peace of mind, knowing the problem has been solved through remediation. A radon mitigation system can give peace of mind knowing the elevated radon was found and now mitigated.
Radon mitigation system effectiveness will depend upon the contractor used to design and install the radon system. For this reason, we do not recommend Radon Mitigation DIY . Only experience with proper training can give the best results when in comes to reducing radon. Design, placement, materials and workmanship all play a part in the functionality of the abatement system.
Our Radon Mitigation Installers are the best in the business, We can quote Radon Mitigation Cost Estimates. simply by asking questions about your home over the phone. Removing radon is best left to an experienced radon mitigation contractor. Experience means more radon mitigation systems performed. Experience could make the difference between failure and success. Always hire an experienced radon mitigation contractor to design and install an effective radon system. Call us at 414-433-9400
Courtesy of Wikipedia: West Milwaukee consists of six neighborhoods, separated into subdivisions: Brew Manor (South 56th Street to South 54th Street, National Avenue to Beloit Road); Hillview (South 55th Street to South 51st Street, National Avenue to Burnham Street); Red Brae (South 50th Street to South 46th Street, National Avenue to Greenfield Avenue and Beloit Road); American Park (South 46th Street to Westchester Street, National Avenue to Greenfield Avenue); Juneau Heights (South 44th Street to Westgrand Lane); and Cary Park (South 40th Street to South 38th Street, National Avenue to Greenfield Avenue). Most of American Park, Juneau Heights, and Cary Park were demolished during the 1960s and 1970s when the failed Stadium Freeway was planned.