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Recognized for its sandy shores, Rhode Island is a small New England State with plenty of history. Rhode Island homeowners across the state should be aware of the risks of radon, regardless of the location within the state, age, and construction of their homes.

The Hazards of Radon in Rhode Island

The Environmental Protection Agency urges those with a radon level above 4 pCi/L to undergo radon mitigation. One in four homes in Rhode Island is above this level, which is much greater than the national average of one in fifteen homes. Those residing in Exeter and Richmond should test for radon immediately as over 50% of homes in these areas exceed 4 pCi/L.

Although Rhode Island has a radon program which educates communities about the risks affiliated with this gas, many homeowners are still unaware of the risks of radon. In fact, radon levels are above average in a majority of areas in the state. Every homeowner in Rhode Island should test their home for radon every two years.

Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S., and the leading cause for nonsmokers.

Hire a Professional for Radon Mitigation in Rhode Island

If you already know the radon levels in your Rhode Island home exceed 4 pCi/L, contact a radon contractor for professional mitigation services. RadonAway has set up a network of skilled radon contractors who will work to ensure radon levels have decreased in your home. Each contractor is either qualified, insured, and has years of experience.

It's best to use a qualified radon contractor for mitigation because only they have the training and experience in the field necessary to safely and properly mitigate your home.

The most popular method of radon mitigation is Active Soil Depressurization (ASD), which employs one or more suction points, PVC pipe, and a fan designed for radon mitigation, to safely pull radon gas from beneath the home and vent it above the roofline. Fill out our form below to get in touch with a professional radon contractor in Rhode Island.