Affordable Long-term Radon Mitigation Systems

Price range: $1400 – $1900

Radon mitigation is an effective solution to permanently reduce radon in your home or business, in fact, we can often lower radon levels by around 97%. The systems we design and install come with an unmatched 5-year warranty on all parts and labor and are specifically designed to be maintenance-free for homeowners.

The mitigation process starts with an estimate done over the phone or an in-home estimate, please call or send an email to discuss some details about the home and we can coordinate a plan of action. Our written estimates are thorough and include all aspects of the work to be completed. We guarantee to never go over our original estimate, there are never any surprises.

  • Our systems come with an unmatched transferable 5-year parts & labor warranty
  • We take pride in our business ethics and enjoy helping our local community
  • We use quality parts and follow all current building codes
  • We are AARST & NRPP Certified and fully insured professionals
  • Servicing Greene, Albany, Columbia, Ulster, Schoharie, Rensselaer, and Saratoga Counties


Radon Mitigation FAQ

How much does radon mitigation cost?

The cost to install a radon mitigation system varies mainly based on the complexity of the construction of the building. Generally, newer homes with modern building codes are easier to mitigate. Our standard system averages $1500 for a complete single port install which includes all electrical & post-mitigation testing. Homes built before the 90’s may require additional suction ports and require larger fans. Please call to discuss an exact estimate for your project.

While comparing estimates with other companies. Please note we use all schedule 40 hard-wall piping, stainless steel hardware, and complete the electrical connections. We take pride in knowing our systems are of higher quality and usually less expensive than others in the area.

What maintenance is required?

We design our systems to be maintenance-free and the only thing that will need replacement is the motor about every 10+ years. We have seen motors last 20 years or more but when they do fail, a new one can be installed for around $400. Our systems use all quality parts and stainless steel fasteners to assure the longevity of system integrity.

How much does it cost to run a radon system?

Using an average cost of $0.13/kilowatt, the average radon motor will cost $3 per month to operate 24 hours a day.

How long will the system need to run?

Generally, we install with the intention of leaving the motor running all the time but in certain situations, we are able to install a programmable timer. Limiting the motor use could provide benefits to longevity and noise control but should only be used in certain situations.

How long does installation take?

Most of the installs take around 4-6 hours and can be completed in one day. In basements with multiple levels or crawlspaces, it could take multiple days depending on complexity.

What are other benefits of radon systems?

The overall air quality of the home and basement should improve after a system is installed. Manufacturers indicate up to 2 gallons of water vapor per day can be pulled from the soil which reduces the overall humidity of the home. We have also found buried building materials and other problems producing odors / VOC’s which the system does a great job removing before reaching indoor air.


Types of Radon Mitigation Systems

Sub-Slab Depressurization (SSD)– This mitigation method involves drilling a hole in a basement slab and creating a point to extract radon from beneath the slab and release it above the structure’s roofline via installed piping. Communication tests are performed to optimize suction points for better airflow.

Sub-Membrane Depressurization (SMD) – A high-density polyethylene sheet is laid on earthen crawl spaces and edges are sealed on the foundation walls. This creates an airtight seal under the sheet where we can install the radon system to create depressurization.

Sump/Drain-Tile Depressurization (DTD) – The process of using an existing sump pump or drain tiles. By applying a vacuum to these areas one can very effectively collect radon-laden soil gas without affecting the integrity of the system’s ability to collect and divert water from the home. Communication tests are performed to optimize suction points for better airflow.

Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV) – We have installed many direct ventilations systems where a standard system or sub-membrane system is undesired. Sometimes it is more cost-effective to install a HRV or ERV where membranes can get expensive. We usually install Honeywell, Fantech, or Broan units.


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