Kansas City Radon Testing & Mitigation
Kansas City Radon Testing & Mitigation
For over a decade, Certified Radon has been the leader in Kansas City Radon Testing and Radon Mitigation.
We take pride in helping our customers improve environmental health and safety and achieving critical HUD, OSHA, and EPA. Whether you need radon removal or radon testing, we provide cost-effective solutions in a timely, efficient and clean manner. compliance.
Nate at Certified Radon in Kansas City did an outstanding job at installing, testing, and explaining the operations of the system. The entire staff was very professional and helpful to a new customer. I was very pleased with the plumbing, mounting, electrical, and all areas of the installation work they did inside and out. I would recommend Certified Radon to homeowners. Thanks, team!
Great service! Our two installation technicians were very efficient; they completed an interior installation (basement > garage > attic > roof) in about 3 hours. Our property started at ~5 pCi/L prior to mitigation. That dropped to less than 1 pCi/L ~72 hours after our installation. Bonus points for giving discounts based on community charities (eg, toy & coat drives). Highly recommended!
Kansas & Missouri Radon Zone Maps
Average radon levels in Kansas & Missouri.
The Kansas City region is a Zone 1 Radon area. This means that predicted average indoor radon levels are greater than the EPA’s action level of 4pCi/L. In more simple terms, one of every three homes in the Kansas City area test positive for dangerous levels of radon.
Kansas City Radon Testing Company
Radon is in every home and structure.
Is your home healthy? Testing for radon is one way to be certain. The Environmental Protection Agency recommends testing for radon at least every two years. You may elect to conduct radon measurement testing more frequently for peace of mind.
Certified Radon offers both long-term and short-term testing solutions conducted by a skilled Certified Radon Technician to ensure accuracy. All technicians are trained to maintain the highest industry standards and deliver accurate measurement results.
Short-Term Radon Testing
Short-term radon testing requires a minimum 48-hour test period.
Long-Term Radon Testing
Long-term radon tests run for a minimum of 90 days up to 365 days.
Annual Radon Testing
Certified Radon offers discounted testing when done annually and every 2 years.
The Certified Radon Difference
Kansas City's premier provider for commercial radon mitigation since 2008.
Certified Radon has experience mitigating over 20,000 homes across the Kansas City Metro area.
From custom builds to patio villas, we have the solutions for you.
Our technicians are all professionally trained and certified in radon mitigation. The proper installation of a radon system is critical to ensuring the health and safety of your environment. Whether or not you choose us, be sure your radon contractor is a certified radon professional.
Warranty & Guarantees
Every mitigation system we install has a 5-year warranty on the installation plus a 5-year manufacturer warranty on the fan. If the home meets required conditions, it will also have a 5-year guarantee to keep it below an average of 4.0.
Licensed & Certified Technicians
All Certified Radon technicians are professionally trained and certified in radon mitigation. Accuracy of testing results and proper installation of radon mitigation systems are critical to ensuring the health and safety of your environment.
2-4 Installation Time Average
The radon system installation time is typically 2-4 hours. Your Certified Radon Solution Specialist will arrive at your home in a Certified Radon van in a timely manner. If for any reason their schedule had to be adjusted, you will be notified via phone call.
Clean & Tidy Installs
Certified Radon system installations are usually completed within one day on most residential properties. We use advanced equipment, minimizing dust and debris to leave your space clean and tidy after installation.
Types of Radon Mitigation Systems
In homes that have a basement or a slab-on-grade foundation, radon is usually reduced by one of four types of soil suction: subslab suction, drain-tile suction, sump-hole suction, or block-wall suction.
Interior Radon Mitigation System
The pipe runs through the inside of the building and the vacuum fan is accessed in the attic.
Exterior Radon Mitigation System
The pipe runs alongside the outside of the home and the vacuum fan is accessed outside.