Radon Mitigation and Testing Pricing
Radon Testing Pricing
Radon testing is offered in two forms, short term and long term. Short term testing is a bit less costly and is a great option for those in need of a radon reading in a short amount of time. Long term testing is a better option for those that are not in a hurry for their results.
Call today to set up your radon testing appointment.
Radon Mitigation Pricing
Radon mitigation pricing is dependent on a few factors. Most important is the presence of a basement and/or a crawlspace. If there is a basement and/or a crawlspace, what is the floor material – poured concrete vs. dirt vs. stone. If there is no basement in the home, is there attic access? Is there enough room in the utility closet for a suction point?
If you do not have a poured concrete floor, a radon membrane is required. Call for your free estimate for radon membrane pricing as each job is different.
Call today to set up your free estimate, every job is different but the end result is the same.
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Radon TestingShort Term and Long Term Testing
- Short Term Radon Testing
- 48 hour test
- Short Term Radon Testing is the most common, generally used in real estate transactions. We utilize electronic monitor testing, featuring hourly readings, on site results, and a professional report.
- Long Term Radon Testing
- Minimum 91 days
- Long Term Radon Testing is an option available to homeowners planning on staying in their home, as well as to businesses considering their radon risk. It offers a snapshot of radon levels across multiple seasons and through various weather conditions.
Radon MitigationNew System Installation
- Radon mitigation pricing ranges from $750-$3500 based on the complexity of the system required. Most systems are in the lower end of this range and generally around $1,000. Factors affecting price include:
- Presence of sump pump
- Presence of drain tile
- Crawlspace (Y/N)
- Overall size of the basement/crawlspace/slab
- Soil material beneath basement/crawlspace/slab
- Upgrades Chosen
Whether you have a newer home with a basement and a sump pump, or you’ve got an 1800’s farmhouse, or a 1950’s ranch with no basement, radon gas does not discriminate. All 3 homes have an equal probability of high radon levels in Western New York. Our geography has landed us in the US EPA Zone 1 for radon, the highest likelihood for elevated presence of radon. 1 in 15 homes have elevated radon levels!
With Niagara and Erie Counties both being at high risk for elevated radon levels, the first thing you should do is get your home tested. Radon gas is colorless and odorless, a certified radon measurement specialist from SM Radon will ensure accurate radon testing and explain clearly your path moving forward should your levels come back elevated.