Certified Radon Mitigation Contractor Near Lexington NY, Call 518-831-5250 to request a quote
We are proud to be a Lexington , NY mitigation contractor and professional testing service for the area. We have offices in Greenville and Windham which allow us to service all Greene county customers efficiently. With the help of the New York State health department, we have compiled some data of homes in Lexington which we have listed below. Please feel free to contact us with any radon installation questions or concerns. If your home has tested positive for radon we can help with fast & affordable remediation solutions.
- Lexington leading radon contractor by reputation
- Our systems come with an unmatched 5-Year Warranty on all parts
- Proud members of NRPP and AARST
- Best price guarantee
- Fast friendly service with free estimates
We are a full service certified radon measurement and mitigation installation company based out of Greene County, New York. Our affordable & professional services bring radon safety into any home or business. All of our work is installed to the EPA Radon Mitigation Standards and is guaranteed to lower the indoor radon level to below the EPA acceptable levels.
Here are some of The Radon Pros most beneficial features.
- Quick Service – We now can generally schedule within a 24 hour window
- Certified Installers – We hold AARST & NRPP certifications
- Smart Technology – Green technology & maintenance-free systems
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Lexington contains some of the highest levels of radon within New York state. The unique topography and high density of radon-laden soil gives radon the ability to thrive in our schools, homes and communities. With the help of the EPA and New York State health department, radon’s deadly effects are becoming widely known and the ability to test has become easy and inexpensive. Radon related health issues account for roughly 2 billion dollars a year in medical costs and 22,000 deaths. Sadly the majority of the damage is done where people feel the safest, in their own homes. Test and fix if necessary.