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To receive a free, no-obligation radon removal bid, fill out the form below. One of our certified radon mitigation specialists will contact you to discuss a radon removal plan customized for your home.
Please note: The form below is for a radon removal bid. If you want to test your home for radon, please go to our radon test request form.
Let's Fix Your Radon Problem
Radon Removal Bid – If your home has high radon levels, don’t worry. We install over 80% of the radon mitigation systems in Utah and we have a 5-star Google rating with over 800 reviews. Reducing radon gas levels and making your home safe is our specialty.
Our team of certified radon mitigation professionals will customize a mitigation system that best suits your specific home configuration to significantly reduce your home’s radon levels – guaranteed. A radon mitigation system creates ventilation in the soil under the foundation. The suction created by a specialized radon fan carries the radon and other soil gasses through a series of pipes and exhausts them into the air outside the house.
Why is Radon Mitigation Important?
Radon gas is the #1 cause of lung cancer in non-smokers. Utah’s average radon levels are 5 times higher than the national average and 1 in 3 Utah homes have high radon levels. Therefore, radon removal is an important part of a healthy home.
Why Choose Utah Radon Services?
- Over 80% of mitigation systems are installed by Utah Radon Services
- 5-star Google rating with over 800 reviews
- Lifetime warranty on labor
- The quietest system on the market using our proprietary sound reducing technology
- Highest quality parts and materials
- Each mitigation system is custom-designed for the specific needs of the home and occupants
- Installation typically only takes half a day
EPA and WHO Recommendations
Radon is measured in picoCuries per liter, or “pCi/L”. Because there is no “safe” level of radon, reducing it as much as possible is the goal. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends considering mitigation if your home’s radon level is above 2.0 pCi/L and the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends mitigating your home if your radon level is 2.7 pCi/L or above.
If your home has tested at 2.0 pCi/L or higher, fill out the form at the top of this page for a free radon mitigation bid, or call us at 801-871-0715.
Haven’t tested your home yet? No worries! We provide free radon testing. You can request a free radon test by filling out the form on our Free Radon Test page, or by calling us at 801-871-0715.