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Complete Radon Mitigation System for Your Hartford County Home

Whether you have recently purchased a home in central Connecticut or you have been living in your current house for a while, it’s important to have it tested for the presence of radon. Radon is a radioactive gas that has no color, odor or taste. The EPA says that one in three homes contain harmful levels of this gas; prolonged exposure can lead to cancer. In fact, radon gas is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in Americans.

With Radon Systems of Connecticut, you can rest assured that your home is safe from this potentially deadly gas. We offer radon testing in Hartford, Connecticut, and the surrounding areas. If moderate to high levels of the gas are found, we can put in a mitigation system that will help keep your air and water safe.

  • Radon Testing

    Our radon testing services will let you know whether you have a problem with radon gas in your home. Count on Radon Services of Connecticut to let you know if your home is safe. Because radon has no smell or taste, it’s possible that you have this potentially deadly gas in your home or in your water supply. Testing by a radon specialist in Hartford is the only way to know for sure what the radon levels are in your home. Don’t let any more time go by without having your home tested for radon.

  • Radon Mitigation

    We offer radon mitigation in Hartford and the surrounding areas. With several options to choose from, there will be a solution for your home and your budget. If testing shows that you have elevated levels of radon in your home or water supply, you need radon mitigation services in your Hartford home. Our team of specialists can inspect your  home and recommend the right type of mitigation, based on your home’s needs. Don’t put off radon mitigation; your family’s health depends on it.

  • Equipment Service

    It’s vital that your radon remediation equipment is doing its job in order to keep you and your family safe and healthy. We can service and repair malfunctioning equipment. One you have your Hartford radon mitigation system installed, they need to be maintained and serviced occasionally. Don’t let your investment in your radon system and your family’s health go unchecked. Our radon experts can come to your home to provide the upkeep necessary for your safety.

Do Hartford Homes Require Radon Mitigation?

The need for radon remediation in Hartford is quite common. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, a whopping one in three homes is affected by dangerous levels of this hazardous gas. Produced by the breakdown of uranium under the ground, radon is made up of tiny molecules that can get into the air that you breathe, the water you drink, and the soil and rocks that your kids play in.

Radon Systems of Connecticut takes your health and safety very seriously. From testing for radon gas, to installing equipment to fix the problem, to monitoring and servicing your new or existing equipment, our contractors are committed to keeping your home’s radon levels under control.

How Expensive Is This Going to Be?

One consideration that homeowners are often concerned about is the cost of a radon mitigation system. First, remember that testing is necessary to see if you require any remediation at all. If your radon levels are low or nonexistent, then you don’t need to worry about it further.

If, on the other hand, you do need radon remediation services, we are happy to work with you to find the solution that best fits your needs. We have a variety of options available, and some are very affordable. The most important thing is to know what you are up against when it comes to radon levels; this is established through the testing process.

Radon Systems of Connecticut is happy to offer an in-home estimate for clients in the Hartford area who would like to know more about radon testing and mediation services. Please call us today to find out how you can get started on the road toward radon-free air and water in your home.