27 Feb 3 Things to Know about Radon Mitigation in Albuquerque:
1. Radon, a deadly and naturally occurring gas that comes from the earth, can seep into homes and buildings through cracks in the foundation, walls, and floors. It can also enter through openings around pipes, drains, and other utility lines.
2. Radon testing and mitigation can be relatively inexpensive compared to the potential health risks of exposure to high levels of radon gas. Testing can be done with simple do-it-yourself kits or by hiring a professional.
3. It is important to hire a qualified radon mitigation professional to test for radon and design and install a mitigation system if needed. That means hiring a radon professional who is insured and licensed as a general contractor to legally perform the work.
Is you are looking for Radon Mitigation in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, or surrounding areas, we have good news for you. Safe At Home is licensed with the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) and holds a general contractor’s license through the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department. Call us for a quote if your radon levels are high.