Airborne Radon

Airborne Radon Reduction Services in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and New York

To protect both property and health, it is important that the radon reduction professional you hire to install your system follows all USEPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency), NEHA (National Environmental Health Agency), and NRSB (National Radiation Safety Board) protocols for installing radon reduction systems. US Radon Management, Inc installs radon reduction systems that not only meet but often exceed those standards. In addition, US Radon Management, Inc provides a level of customer service and accountability that is unsurpassed in the industry.

For most buildings, the three steps to reduce airborne radon are: diagnostic evaluation, sealing, and installation of the airborne radon reduction system. Systems most commonly installed use a method called active soil depressurization or ASD (formerly called sub-slab depressurization). ASD systems have proved to be the most effective and economical systems to date. Another method involves the installation of heat recovery ventilators.

All of the systems installed by US Radon Management, Inc come with a fully transferable guarantee. Contact one of our representatives for full details.