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Radon Mitigation in Manchester and Concord, NH

Since 1997, we have been helping New Hampshire residents to identify and mitigate the presence of radon.

The Environmental Protection Agency reports that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer, after cigarette smoking. For adults who don't smoke cigarettes, radon is the leading cause of lung cancer. If you have never smoked cigarettes and are concerned about your health and your family's health, it is worth your while to have a radon test conducted. 

Since radon is colorless, odorless, and tasteless, the only way to check for its presence in your air or water supply is to have a qualified professional test performed.

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At Advanced Radon Mitigation, we have many years of experience and knowledge in radon mitigation in Manchester and throughout New Hampshire. If radon is detected in your home, our certified radon mitigation contractors can design a customized system for your home. As a certified radon mitigation contractor in Manchester, we can also perform mitigation services for you.

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Radon is a naturally occurring gas, derived from the element radium. Radium is usually found inside bedrock, and will break down into radon gas. Radon gas is undetectable by our senses, since it carries no smell or taste.

However, since it is highly carcinogenic, it's important to ensure that none of this gas is present in your air or water supply. According to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, elevated radon levels can be found all around New Hampshire, with the north, east, and southeastern parts of the state at the highest risk. Radon can enter your home naturally, since it is usually present in bedrock or soil.

It then can seep through any cracks in the foundation of your home and enter your living space. If you have well water, the chance of radon being present in your water supply is high. We can test your water and if radon is found, install an aeration system to remove it.

For certified radon mitigation in Manchester, call us today. We serve homeowners in Manchester,
Concord, Salem, Rochester, Laconia, Dover, Portsmouth, New London, New Hampshire and surrounding areas.