Ask yourself, would I rather live in a home with a radon mitigation system in Greenfield WI, reducing radon or live in a home with elevated radon gas that does not have a radon mitigation system in place?
Many buyers are looking to purchase a safe home for their family to live. An existing Radon Mitigation System ensures confidence that the home will be safe from dangerous elevated radon gas levels. It is still recommended to test the home for radon before buying, to verify that the radon mitigation system is still working to reduce radon in the home and maintain.
It is extremely difficult to sell a home with elevated radon gas levels in Greenfield. If a home inspector performs radon testing on your home for a potential buyer and the radon test indicates high radon levels, the buyer will most likely ask that the home undertake remediation with a radon mitigation system. If a seller chooses not to install the radon mitigation system, the buyer may walk from the sale, leaving the seller to have to disclose the high radon level to all future buyers. Studies have been proven to EPA that Radon causes lung cancer.
Since Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer deaths among non-smokers, the EPA and the Surgeon General urge and recommend all Americans to protect their health and test for radon gas. Radon is responsible for about 21,000 lung cancer deaths every year. About 2,900 of these deaths occur among people who have never smoked.
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