Radon Raiders provides high quality radon measurements using only Femto-Tech continuous radon monitors. We offer homeowners, real estate professionals, relocation companies...Read More
Section 11.1 of the EPA Radon Mitigation Standards states that: The contractor shall conduct a thorough visual inspection of the building prior to initiating any radon mitigation work. The inspection is...Read More
Radon Raiders provides passive (no fan) and active (with fan) soil depressurization systems for new construction. According to the EPA zone map, central Ohio is located in Zone 1...Read More
Radon gas is in the soil under our homes. This gas enters our homes through areas of ground contact. It can enter through small cracks in the basement, crawl spaces or even slabs. Sump pumps also provide easy entry point for radon gas. Even if you don’t have any visible cracks in your foundation, it’s possible you could still have high radon levels because a radon atom is much smaller than a concrete atom and will permeate concrete.