Basements Waterproofed
End Basement Water Seepage Permanently!

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In home radon levels are a serious concern.   Although the EPA's current "action" level is 4 pCi/L, they recommend remediation at any level above 2 pCi/L.  There are no save levels of radon.  It's like asking how many chest x-rays are safe?  We want to have radon levels as low as possible.   Luckily, radon levels can be easily lowered with a good mitigation system.  According to the EPA, the most effective and reliable technique for radon reduction, is Active Sub-slab Depressurization.  Reductions of up to 99% can be achieved.  We specialize in the Sub-Slab Depressurization method.  It offers a permanent and effective solution in which we can guarantee the results.



One per customer, ND residents only, purchase additional kits HERE

The kit comes in an integrated postage paid mailer.  When your ready to start the test, simply open, place in the lowest level living space, wait between 3 and 7 days, seal it up and drop it in the mail.  Once the sample has been mailed out, results should be available in about a week.  If you would like us to come out and test for you, we would be glad to do so, but there would be a fee. 

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