In Illinois, both radon testers and radon mitigators are required to complete an approved training course and pass a written exam to become licensed. Since Illinois requires certification, make sure the company you hire has been properly trained and certified.
Choose a radon specialist like you would a teacher, lawyer or doctor. You want the best your family can afford. There is no substitute for experience so select a mitigator with the most experience you can find in your area. It’s also smart to look for the one that offers the best guarantee and longest warranty. Try to find a mitigator that will give you a firm price not an open ended estimate. It’s also nice to find one that provides a free test after the work is completed. Just like any type of service, there are a wide variety of companies to choose from and price isn’t always the best judge of quality. The best mitigators won’t just look at your house and tell you what is needed. They will conduct diagnostics first to determine what is best for your particular style of house and soil characteristics. After diagnostics, they should be able to give you several options on how the system is installed and let you choose whichever you prefer. If the person you choose doesn’t perform diagnostics, you probably picked the wrong guy. Usually, the better the mitigator you hire, the lower your final radon level will be.
Trinity Radon has licensed radon specialists on staff. We pride ourselves on our continuing education, so that our radon specialists are always aware of any changes in the industry. Radon is not a problem to mess around with, which means Trinity Radon takes it seriously. Our radon specialists are professional individuals that will treat you & your home with respect.
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