How Much Does Radon Testing & Radon Mitigation Cost?
How Much Does Radon Testing & Mitigation Cost?
Average Cost for Radon Testing, Radon Mitigation, & Radon Mitigation Repair in Kansas City.
How much does radon testing cost?
A one-time, short-term radon test will determine the amount of radon – measured in picocuries per liter of air, or pCi/L – over the course of around 48 hours. If you live within 40 miles of our location, short-term radon testing costs $125 and offers the most accurate hour-by-hour results.
* Additional monitor placement is $50 additional.
How much does radon mitigation cost?
The average cost to install an exterior Radon Mitigation System in the Kansas City area ranges between $825 and $1,225.
* Interior system installations can be an option but the cost can vary.
How much does it cost to repair a radon mitigation system?
The most common Radon Mitigation System service requests are repairing discharges, replacing vacuum gauges, replacing fans, and resealing sump pumps.
* Our service charge is $125 to diagnose the issue. After the issue is diagnosed, we will submit a quote for approval before repairs.
Radon Testing & Radon Mitigation System Cost FAQ
You can purchase an EPA-approved DIY test at your local hardware store for around $15 or you can purchase one from Certified Radon here. The cost of a professional radon inspection is $125.
A professional radon measurement technician must be certified by NRPP (National Radon Proficiency Program) with mandatory re-testing biennially.
Certified Radon RMPs (Radon Measurement Professionals) use “time-integrated” continuous radon monitors (CRMs). A short-term radon test provides a measurement of the average level of radon during a 48 hr time period.
Do-it-yourself kits are not time-integrated and may not be as accurate. There are many variables that must be considered to get an accurate result when testing for radon.
A Certified Radon installed Radon Mitigation System, or Radon Removal System, cost range is between $825 and $1250. Situations that attribute to the cost variance are working in a finished space, roof penetration costs, and distance from our location.
A Radon Mitigation System has three essential system components that might need to be replaced or repaired.
- A fan replacement cost is between $325-$425.
- A vacuum gauge replacement costs $25.
- To Update or Replace the discharge costs $250.
- An electrical service update costs between $50 – $225.
* A Radon Mitigation System’s standard service charge is $125.