The first part of the process of checking if your property is affected by radon gas is to carry out a radon test. Once a radon test has been carried out and the property owner has received the results should the results show there are high radon levels within the building, then a radon survey will need to be carried out to look at mitigation solutions to lower the levels of radon in the property.
Having a radon survey entails an experienced radon mitigation surveyor inspecting a property to determine what method of mitigation will be best used to reduce the high radon levels below the target level of 100 Becquerels within the property. Radon Protection UK installs radon mitigation systems in homes.
You can get in touch with our team of radon experts by calling 0800 978 8435.
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