Dealing with Radon levels in your home requires specialized training so you’ll want to leave this work to someone who has been properly trained and certified. Attempting to reduce your radon levels on your own may seem like the cost effective route, but not completing this work properly can actually have the opposite effect and increase the levels of this carcinogenic gas in your home.
Our various affiliations with Radon professionals, societies and organizations exposes us to a very helpful network of knowledgeable and educated people. This network allows us to continue accessing the most up-to date information and research on the topic of Radon exposure and long term effects. Knowing what we know now, our suggestion is that homeowners get their homes tested and mitigated (if necessary) as soon as they are able.
C-NRPP trained and certified professionals are the best choice for completing your Radon Measurement and Mitigations because:
- They have been trained and are expected to continue professional Development in order to keep their certification, ensuring their up to date knowledge in the industry
- They have the proper equipment and supplies
- They have the experience needed to complete the job properly and safely
- They have sufficient insurance to perform the job