What is Radon?
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas emanating from the small amount of uranium found in the soil beneath our homes. It is the leading cause of lung cancer after smoking and can enter into homes and buildings. You can't see or smell radon so specialized testing devices are needed. Call us today 406-544-9785 if you are interested in radon testing.
Protect Your Loved Ones From Radon Gas
Our mitigation team can help
Currently, the State of Montana has NO regulations in place for radon mitigation. It is important to know if your existing system was installed correctly, Call us today, we can provide radon testing and evaluate your existing system to confirm that it adheres to the EPA and NRPP Standards. It's important to know if your system is installed properly. When you go to sell your home its important to know that an incorrectly installed radon system could be flagged by a home inspector.
We correct ALOT of radon systems that has been installed improperly and putting homeowners and their families at a serious health risk.
Are You Breathing in a Toxic Gas?
You may need radon mitigation services
Why Hire Advanced Radon Mitigation & Contracting Specialists?
Ready to protect yourself from radon? You should trust our radon mitigation expert with the job because we...
We offer 5-year manufacturers warranty on fans
We customize mitigation systems to fit your home which is why we offer a FREE in-home estimate.
We can upgrade existing systems
We provide radon system repairs and replacements
Get the Facts on Radon Gas
Our radon mitigation company has two locations in Western Montana; one in Missoula, MT and another in Corvallis, MT. We're dedicated to making local homes safer for you and your family; that's why we pull out all the stops when it comes to radon mitigation.
Not sure whether you need our help? These facts about radon gas might help you decide:
- 22,000 deaths per year are attributed to radon exposure
- Radon is colorless, odorless and tasteless, making it hard to detect
- Radon seeps into homes from the soil, even concrete slabs can't block it
- Radon doesn't discriminate! New homes, as well as older homes, can have radon issues