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5500+ Radon Systems Installed

Our experienced team will make you feel safe and our low overhead keeps your wallet happy!

Licensed, Insured and Bonded

Whether you live in Nebraska or Iowa, our team can help you with any radon mitigation needs you have!

Our work is checked by a 3rd party

We are the only company in the area that provides a 3rd party post test, so you can sleep well. Don't take our word for it, trust an unbiased second company.

Functionality

We will get the lowest possible radon level with minimal energy consumption.

Aesthetic

Keeping the radon system tucked away, blended in, or completely out of sight is our specialty.

Transferable Warranties

The system and materials are warrantied for 5 years. Warranties and Guarantees are transferable.

FAQ

How much does a radon system cost?

On average radon systems will cost between $900-$1400. If the home requires extra sealing, multiple suction points, a crawlspace treatment has old corroded duct work in the concrete slab etc, the price can go up.

What areas do your service?

We will drive up to 2 hours away (Omaha)but drives over 45 minutes away will have a trip charge added, as a 1 hour drive creates 6 man hours of driving when you include the initial estimate.

How do I know that my radon system is working?

Each system is installed with a “U-Tube Manometer” on the system vent pipe. One side of the U-Tube has a vinyl tube that goes into the radon pipe. The suction created from the radon fan draws the oil up on one side of the U-Tube. The difference in height between the two oil levels indicates the suction in the pipe created by the radon fan, in units of inches of water column. If both oil columns are level, the fan is not running, and needs to be turned on or serviced. Please check your electrical panel to make sure a breaker is not tripped before making a service call.

What do you guarantee?

Our system will reduce your radon levels to 3.9 pCi/L or below.

Can you guarantee levels below 2?

We can approach the install from a scientific standpoint to reduce your levels to the lowest achievable levels possible from the active soil depressurization radon mitigation method, but due to certain circumstances this can be a huge can of worms to open

For example, imagine your home is sitting on clay, like make a bowl in pottery class kind of clay, and your basement is entirely finished, except a small unfinished furnace room. You have no sump basin or drain tile. One suction point may reduce the levels to an acceptable level but to reduce levels below 2 in this instance could involve multiple suction points in living space that you would probably later want to have a remodeler finish with framing/drywall etc. Also depending on the layout and foundation size, could involve having multiple systems installed on either side of the home.

We are remodeling our home, should we get a radon system before?

Yes, the barer the structure is, the more options we have for routing and hiding pipes. Although we have done it, we don’t like to route our systems up 2×4 walls because the dimensions are actually 1.5 x 3.5, exactly the size of the PVC pipe we use, and the radon fan can cause vibration through the drywall, making a noise we cant muffle.

What type of fans do you use?

Festa. Because they’re German engineered motors, and fan charts will show you they outperform the rest of the radon fans.

My system is frozen, or there is an ice cap. What should I do?

When temperatures get to below 0 degrees Fahrenheit the external systems can freeze up pretty easily, in general it tends to be less severe the 2nd year after it has worked out a lot of moisture, but some houses can continuously get saturated with moisture that the system pumps out, and when it’s cold enough they freeze up. The best temporary solution is disconnecting the top rubber coupler and allowing the system to exhaust at ground level until the temp reaches 15 degrees. At this point the system will thaw itself and return back to normal. You can leave it turned on and just let it be, it will fix itself, but if you’d like the system to be working while it’s -20 below, you may have to disconnect the top coupler so it can exhaust at ground level. Never unplug the radon system or the fan will freeze up and will need to be taken inside a warm place to thaw.

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