Is the air in your house safe to breathe?

We provide detailed diagnostics to determine if your home has high levels of radon. If we find unhealthy levels, we can get to work removing the gas from your home and keeping it out.

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Work with a certified expert to make sure that your air at your home on in your business is safe to breathe.

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Work with a Radon expert today to ensure your home or business is safe. Because Radon is undetectable to you, we are here to help you test your Radon levels and come up with a plan to mitigate them.

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We strive to give the best service to make you feel safe.

I highly recommend Sammy Durrett, for Radon Mitigation! He installed a fan on the existing passive system. He also helped me to diagnose and fix the completely botched install (by the builder) of the passive system which prevented the fan from working, at first. Sammy is a great guy and very reasonable!
Kent Mchart

Our most common asked questions.

What is Radon?

Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, radioactive gas that is produced from the decay of naturally occurring uranium in the soil. Risk occurs when this gas enters buildings and the decay products are breathed in. These decay products can damage the lungs and cause lung cancer.

Where is Radon found?

Radon can be found anywhere. Outdoor levels are usually very low, but indoor levels can be very high. It doesn't matter where you live, how old your home is, or what type of foundation it has-the only way to know the level of radon gas in a home is to perform a test.

Is Radon a problem in TN?

YES. The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) considers radon to be a very serious problem in our state. No matter where you live in Tennessee, there is the potential for radon to enter your home. Regardless of your zone designation or geographic location, all homes should be tested for radon. There is no zone that has no risk factor for radon.

How does Radon enter your home?

Radon gas rises up through the soil. The air pressure inside your home or office is usually much lower than pressure in the soil around the foundation. This difference in pressure causes the building to act like a vacuum, drawing radon in through foundation cracks, construction joints, gaps around service pipes or wires, sump pits and other openings.