Radon Remediation Indianapolis (317) 638-0663 Mitigation Testing Reduction Abatement Systems Available for Radon Gas Control To Reduce Cancer Risk

Radon mitigation, remediation, testing, abatement, and removal systems recommended for these Indiana areas: Indianapolis Brownsburg Pendleton Anderson Mooresville Batesville Plainfield Martinsville Richmond Greenfield Attica Fortville Danville Greencastle Marion Georgetown Muncie Ellettsville Lebanon Bedford Kokomo Corydon Vernon Connersville Sheridan Greensburg LaFayette Carmel and Fishers Radon
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  • Indianapolis, IN (1888PressRelease) July 27, 2009 - According to Air Quality Control, radon gas is a major problem throughout the Greater Indianapolis area. Call (317) 638-0663 for information about reducing your home’s levels of radon gas. Air Quality Control also has measurement options available to test your home’s radon levels.

    Some of the Central Indiana areas that have elevated levels of radon are Indianapolis, LaFayette, Carmel, Fishers, Zionsville, Noblesville, Westfield, Greenwood, Terre Haute, Columbus, Avon, West La Fayette, Bloomington, Brownsburg, Pendleton, Anderson, Mooresville, Batesville, and Richmond. Although the towns listed are “high” radon areas, most of Indiana has the same problem.

    When radon test results are over 3.9, a radon reduction system should be installed to remediate the home. This is known as “abatement” or Radon Mitigation Systems. These systems consist of PVC piping that extends from the lowest foundation level of the home (i.e. basement slab or crawl space) to the outside of the home. Attached to the pipes is a small vacuum fan that pulls air through the pipe, essentially drawing the radon out from below the home.

    The Environmental Protection Agency states that radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer next to smoking. The Midwest and Eastern United States has radon levels that are much higher than the national average so testing for radon should be a routine part of home maintenance if you live in Indiana. More of the elevated radon zones are located in Plainfield, Martinsville, Greenfield, Attica, Fortville, Danville, Greencastle, Marion, Georgetown, Muncie, Ellettsville, Lebanon, Bedford, Kokomo, Indianapolis, Corydon, Vernon, Connersville, Sheridan, Greensburg, New Palestine, Sellersburg, North Vernon, Green Castle, and Shelbyville. However, all homes should be tested whether in a “high zone” or not.

    “Radon is an invisible, odorless, colorless radioactive gas that could be a problem in any home” according to Ross Aton, a certified radon specialist with Air Quality Control. Radon test kits are available from home improvement store such as Home Depot and Lowes, from you local hardware store, or directly from Air Quality Control by calling (317) 638-0663.

    An effective radon reduction system can be installed in most homes in a day or less by a qualified contractor. Contact a Certified radon company to assess your situation if your radon level is 4.0 or higher. Air Quality Control is one of the larger radon companies in Indiana. They service: Marion, Johnson, Hendricks, Morgan, Hamilton, Boone, Shelby, Hancock, Brown, Monroe, Owen, Putnam County, Montgomery, Clinton, Tipton, Madison, Henry, Rush, Bartholomew, Jackson County, Lawrence, Greene, Clay, Parke, Fountain, Tippecanoe, Carroll, Howard, Grant, Delaware, Decatur, Jennings, Warren, Randolph, Wayne, Fayette, Cass, Miami, and Wabash Counties. You can contact Air Quality Control by calling (317) 638-0663.

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