Our quoting process includes collecting information about you and your property. This information can be collected over the phone or submitted online here. Once we have a completed quote request form, we arrange an onsite inspection.
Note: If your radon mitigation is associated with a real estate transaction, it is important to provide us with your target closing date so we can prioritize our schedule to ensure mitigation is completed before the closing.
During an onsite inspection, our estimator will require access to the interior of your home. If you have a crawl space, basement or both, they will need access these areas at the time of inspection. Once we inspect the interior, estimators will inspect the exterior of the building and make note of configuration options or limitations. The onsite inspection takes approximately 15-30 minutes.
Once an onsite inspection is completed, we combine our findings with information provided to produce a comprehensive radon mitigation system proposal. The proposal must be approved, by the owner of the property, prior to scheduling mitigation. Mitigation proposals are promptly emailed to prevent delays. A proposal is typically delivered within one business day after the onsite inspection.
Once we have the approval to proceed, we will schedule your mitigation project. If you have an impending real estate closing, we will expedite your installation to help ensure you meet your target date.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
A typical radon mitigation system is installed within a day, depending on various factors. Occasionally, more complex installations may take 2 or more days. That information will be provided at the proposal stage.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR INSTALLATION
Before technicians arrive to install the radon mitigation system, it is important to clear the workspace(s) so technicians have unencumbered access and ample room to implement the system, crawl space areas included. Note: Gravel crawl spaces must be completely cleared.
You or a designated adult must be onsite to provide access to the mitigation technicians.
Technicians will make multiple trips, in and out of the house throughout the day. If you have pets or small children, you should arrange to keep them safe and away from workspaces.