What is Radon?
Radon is difficult to detect. It has no color, odor, or taste, but its effects are dangerous. Radon seeps into homes through basement floors, walls, and windows, cracks in the foundation, crawl spaces, and sump pumps. When inhaled, radon gas can damage the cells in your lungs, resulting in lung cancer and other diseases. We understand that fear of radon can cause a lot of stress when it comes to your home’s safety. That’s why we take our jobs so seriously.
The best thing you can do for your safety is to test your home for radon. We provide free test kits and will work with you closely to understand the results as well as create a plan moving forward. We conduct free on-site analysis to determine the best mitigation system to reduce the level of radon in your home.
Whether you are testing your home as part of a real estate transaction or you want the peace of mind that your family is not exposed to radon, we can help. We provide free test kits and will also work with you to understand the results.
Attached garages, basements with slab, and crawlspaces can have major impacts on which mitigation system needs to be installed. We will evaluate your home on-site for free in order to determine the best mitigation system for your needs. Our number one priority is safety and satisfaction. We work with you every step of the way to ensure that your home reduces radon to safe levels.
We have the best technology and the highest quality parts and materials. Wasatch Radon is fully licensed and insured. And if our systems do not reduce the radon to 2.7 pCi/L or below, we will continue modifying the system until that result is achieved. Your satisfaction and safety are our highest concerns.