RADON MITIGATION

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If elevated radon levels are found in your home, we’ve got you covered. Our state of the art radon removal and mitigation methods are effective, affordable and guaranteed. Radon mitigation requires technical knowledge and special skills performed by a licensed professional. Understanding that not every project is the same, Advanced Radon Services’ attention to detail coupled with persistent work ethic sets us apart when it comes to quality installations. We will take the time to go over every option with our customers to be sure we’re providing the quality you deserve.

Why Choose Us?

Welcome to Advanced Radon Services, where your safety is our priority. As a leading radon mitigation company in Northern New Jersey, we specialize in creating healthier indoor environments by effectively reducing radon gas levels in residential, Public, and commercial spaces.

Our team of certified professionals is dedicated to providing comprehensive radon mitigation services tailored to meet your specific needs. From thorough radon testing to the design and installation of state-of-the-art mitigation systems, we are committed to ensuring that you and your loved ones are protected from the dangers of elevated radon levels.

What is Radon?

Radon Periodic Table IconRadon is an odorless, colorless, tasteless gas that is harmful to people’s health. It is formed by the natural decay of uranium. Radon can be found in groundwater, bedrock and soil. Radon can also be emitted from building products, including concrete.

Why Does it Matter?

Inhaled radon harms your body over a period of time. As the radon decays, it produces short lived elements that release radiation. These decay products can remain in your lungs and produce damage to the lung tissue which can create an increased risk of lung cancer. The US EPA recommends that action be taken if indoor levels exceed 4.0 pCi/L (pico curies per liter).

How Radon Enters

In nearly all cases, radon gets into homes, schools and other buildings in a few ways: – Gaps and cracks in the foundation – Joints connecting walls and floors – Pipes, sumps, drains, walls and small openings

Testing is Key

Radon Home Testing IconThe only way to know if there is a problem in your home or building is by testing the radon level. Advanced Radon Services offers professional Radon testing services or at-home options to make the process quick and easy.

How Radon Enters

In nearly all cases, radon gets into homes, schools and other building in a few ways:

  1. Gaps and cracks in the foundation
  2. Joints connecting walls and floors
  3. Pipes, sumps, drains, walls and small openings

Why Does Radon Mitigation Matter?

Inhaled radon harms your body over a period of time. As the radon decays, it produces short lived elements that release radiation. These decay products can remain in your lungs and produce damage to the lung tissue which can create an increased risk of lung cancer. The US EPA recommends that action be taken if indoor levels exceed 4.0 pCi/L.

Residential Radon Mitigation System Installation Illustration