We are nationally accredited and New York State Department of Health certified mitigation contractors.
Radon is a naturally occurring noble gas that is colorless, odorless, and radioactive. As a dense gas, it can accumulate to potentially dangerous levels in home basements, crawl spaces, and wells. Because of its radioactive state, it excessive concentrations inhaled over a period of time can be dangerous to you and your family’s health.
To keep you and your family safe, it is important to have a licensed professional test for radon. Should your home experience high levels, HTI can perform radon mitigation services to remove the gas from your home. We can install hidden, energy efficient systems that will give you results in just 3 days.
Why Work With Our Radon Mitigation Contractors?
Home Technologies Inspections is a NYSDOH certified Radon Mitigation specialist north of Albany. We serve Warren, Washington, Essex, Saratoga, and Albany counties with the best radon mitigation services. Here are more reason to work with our mitigation professionals:
- Radon Testing, Analysis, and Radon Measurement
- Radon Mitigation and Reduction
- We Guarantee to Fix Your Radon Problem to below EPA Standards
- NYSDOH certified Radon Mitigation Specialist
- Owner operated – Lifetime guarantee on radon levels
- We are local and support our communities
- We can install hidden systems not to clutter up your home view
- Energy efficient systems
- We get 95% of our mitigations below 1Pci/l
- Best price guarantee
- Radon results within 3 days after mitigation
- We are not a franchise – the owner does the work. No salesman.
- We give one price and won’t nickel & dime you.
- Proud members of AARST/NRPP
- Fast friendly service with free estimates
Radon is measured in pico-Curies per liter (pCi/L) of air. A picoCurie is a measure of the amount of radioactivity of a particular substance. The level of Radon in outdoor air is about 0.4 pCi/L. The average indoor Radon level is about 1.3 pCi/L. The EPA has established 4.0 pCi/L as the necessary action level for Radon in homes, schools and workplaces. Current mitigation technology, such as that offered by Home Technology Inspections, can generally reduce Radon levels to 2.0 pCi/L or less. Since Radon is a carcinogen, no level is completely risk-free. However, since it is a natural part of the environment there is no such thing as a “0” level.