According to the EPA, every county in Wisconsin is at moderate to high risk of household radon exposure. What is even more concerning is that The Wisconsin Department of Health Services estimates that over 60% of homes in Waukesha, Milwaukee, Kenosha, Walworth and Racine counties are at risk of dangerous radon levels of 4.0 pCi/L or more.
So how do you find something that you cannot see, smell, feel, or taste? There is only one right answer: setting up a test. Radon testing is the only way to figure out if your home harbors dangerous amounts of radon.
Sounds like a hassle, right?
When you schedule a test from Radon Gone, we come to your home and quietly set up our test while making it a priority to cause minimal disruption. Within 48 to 72 hours after setting our test up, we will then come and collect the test to begin evaluating the results. Radon Gone's testing services are quick, simple and accurate.
The Cost Of Radon Testing Services
iT'S WORTH EVERY PENNY
Milwaukee radon mitigation
If the whole "lung cancer" thing doesn't bother you, keep in mind that installing a radon mitigation system will improve the value of your home and many times you'll need to install a radon mitigation system before selling your home at the request of the buyer or the real estate agent.
As a matter of fact, every state bordering Wisconsin requires radon to be reduced to a safe level before you sell your home by law. It appears to inevitable that the law will be passed in the state of Wisconsin soon, so if you already have a radon mitigation system you're future-proofed.
THE COST OF RADON TETSING SERVICES
Radon testing services can range anywhere from $10 to $150 depending on the company, the testing method, and the lab analysis (If needed).
Chances are if you spent $10 on your test, the results will be highly inaccurate. For an accurate test result, you will most likely have to pay $50+.
THE COMPANY MATTERS. ALOT
No, we will not install a very complex radon mitigation system, test, retest, install a sump pump, and cook you dinner for $500.
Sorry, but if you find a company that will install a radon reduction system for $500 or less, then you're most likely in for an exciting ride.
No matter what company you choose make sure they bring at least one certified radon specialist on the job. Many larger radon mitigation businesses that have 14 teams of uncertified "technicians" will often claim to be professional radon specialists so be careful.
Watching the two 19-year-olds using a power tool for the first time can be a scary sight.
Having a true professional do it right will be well worth paying a few hundred dollars more.