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Radon Remediation Services In Your Area

How much do radon remediation services typically cost?

  • Ashburn, VA Average
  • Typical Range
    $757 - $1,080
  • Low End - High End
    $375 - $1,200

If you had your home tested and discovered the presence of radon, you need to take steps to ensure that the level is below the EPA's recommendation of 4 pCi/L. If the current levels are not at or below this level, you will likely need to speak with a radon removal or mitigation company in your area.

Radon can cause a range of problems. Because it's a radioactive gas, it's able to travel through the air, attaching to various particles such as dust. Mitigation systems can decrease the amount of radon in your home.

To find prescreened radon mitigation companies near you, enter your zip code and let HomeAdvisor connect you with contractors in your area who are ready to help.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does radon mitigation cost?

Most homeowners pay between $780 and $1,160 for professional radon mitigation. That cost can go as high as $3,000 for large homes or complex room layouts. Active depressurization systems that include a fan range between $700 and $3,000. The price for a passive depressurization system is between $500 and $2,500.

Why do I need radon remediation?

According to the EPA, radon gas is a major health risk for anyone exposed to it. In fact, it's the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.

Radon is a natural gas that forms out of the uranium present in the soil and water across the United States. Because it's without odor or color, it's almost impossible to spot for homeowners, leading to extended exposure that can increase your health risks.

What level of radon requires mitigation?

The EPA recommends a mitigation system for radon levels higher than 2.0 pCi/L. Levels higher than 4.0 pCi/L post significant risk and need immediate remediation. Try to test your home's levels in winter when radon is most prevalent.

What questions should I ask a radon removal service before hiring?

Asking the right questions can go a long way in finding a radon mitigation service you can trust:

  1. Are you licensed to install radon remediation systems in my state?
  2. Are you insured, and does that insurance cover everyone working on site?
  3. Can you provide a free estimate before I sign any contract?
  4. Do you offer a warranty or guarantee on your services and systems?
  5. Do you have any references of past homes where you've installed remediation systems?
  6. What steps will you take to ensure the system is working after install?
  7. What is included in your price? Is it just the installation or also the pre and post-evaluation?
  8. Will your system include a warning mechanism that lets you know if radon levels rise?
  9. What type of mitigation system do you think works best for my home?