Radon Mitigation: Remove This Harmful Gas from Your Home
How Do You Test for Radon?
If you are breathing in too much radon, you won’t feel sick or have any symptoms right away. Testing your home is the only way to know if there’s a radon problem. For accurate results in as little as two days, call an expert like Gross Heating—we can determine if your indoor air is contaminated with radon, as well as other elements such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), dust, particulates, or carbon monoxide. Test kits are also available at many hardware stores or can be ordered online.
How Do You Remove Radon?
If testing indicates more than four pCi/L (picocuries per liter) of radon in your home, the sooner you schedule removal the better. Our state-certified technicians will determine the appropriate size and placement of a radon mitigation system that will safely vent this gas out and away from your home. The pipes and exhaust fan can usually be installed in a day, making it an affordable but absolutely necessary solution for a safer, healthier home.
Get a Radon Test and Get Comfortable
Because radon can cause serious health issues, all homeowners are encouraged to test for radon and take steps to protect themselves and their families. For more details, check out the EPA’s Citizen’s Guide to Radon or contact the experts at Gross Heating for testing. Trust our team to keep you safe with radon testing and comfortable with top-rated, energy-efficient Carrier® heating and cooling systems.