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Breathing Radon Gas is essentially breathing radiation and is the #2 cause of lung cancer second only to smoking. The EPA says 1 in 3 homes has dangerous levels of Radon. ​

How much does Radon testing cost?

While some companies charge $100-$200 for Radon testing several companies offer the test for free.

Why is Radon bad for my health?

This is radon gas decaying in a cloud of alcohol.  It shows the radiation of particles as they decay and explode.   When inhaled, these explosions occur in the lungs and can cause lung cancer by mutating healthy cells.

Have you tested your home for radon in the past 2 years?

The bad news...

– Radon gas has no smell, taste, or color, yet it is the most common cause of lung cancer in people who have never smoked.

– Residential radon represents one of the top, if not the top, environmental risks we face today…it represents more causes of cancer deaths than all other causes such as liver cancer, bone cancer, brain cancer, melanoma cancer, and stomach cancers” Dr. Bill Fields.

– The only way to know if you have a radon problem is to test for it.

The GOOD news...
  • – Radon  testing is easy and FREE  by request through Advanced Radon Solutions (Fill out form below).
  • – If high radon levels are found, they can be reduced to be within safer limits.

Our customers love us.

We are the #1 Radon Mitigation company in Utah. We’ve been in business for 15 years and have mitigated Radon in over 400 homes as well as tested radon levels in 7000+ homes. Contact us for a free radon mitigation test and estimate.

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We’re always just a phone call or email away.
Our knowledgeable team can help you with any radon questions you may have.

Call us at 1-888-60-RADON or email us at info@advancedradonsolutions.com

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What is Radon?

Dangerous levels of radon in Utah