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Walter of Elberton reached out to Georgia Healthy Homes to lower the radon levels in his home. After having a professional test his home for radon, Walter's radon levels tested over the EPA's recommended threshold of 4 pCi/L. Walter's home has a 2000 sqft crawl space that necessitated a sub membrane throughout the entire crawlspace to keep the radon levels from rising throughout the house.
After a couple of days of hard work, Walter's crawlspace was fully sealed and his radon mitigation system was installed flawlessly. Our foreman technician, Trenton Jones was able to verify communication throughout the house ensuring the results that Walter was looking for.
If you believe you have radon in your home, call North Georgia's radon pros at Georgia Healthy Homes.
A concerned homeowner contact Georgia Healthy Homes contacted Georgia Healthy Homes after receiving a failed radon test. Our team was able to go out to the property to run diagnostics and come up with the best mitigation plan for their home. In this client's case, that was an interior installation. This means that the entire system is installed indoors with a single roof penetration, rather that having the pipe run up an exterior wall. After our expert team completed the install, the client's levels dropped to well below passing!
The only way to know if your home has a radon problem is to test, and the EPA recommends testing you home for radon every two years. If you discover your home has high levels of radon, give Georgia healthy Homes a call!
Jessica a realtor reached out to Georgia Healthy Homes for help getting a radon mitigation system installed on a home she was selling. With real estate transactions, timing is paramount and the technicians at Georgia Healthy Homes were able to accommodate the speed at which the installation need to take place. As you can see from the photos everyone was happy they called Georgia Healthy Homes.
A home seller in Arnoldsville, GA called us after a potential buyer walked away from their contract to purchase the home because of high radon levels measured by their home inspector.
We were able to mitigate the property quickly so they could get the home back on the market and the mitigation system is now a selling feature!
If you are selling your home, get it tested before you put it on the market. If you detect high radon levels in your home, call Georgia Healthy Homes.
For a free no cost, no-obligation estimate, call today to schedule at 1-706-389-9603
Radon mitigations systems don't have to be ugly! Sometimes the best looking installation is through the roof. This slab home was completely finished on the interior with very few options for installing an extraction point. (There were none at the back of the home.) The homeowner agreed that the best thing to do was to route the piping into and up through the garage. The exterior piping is only visible from the neighbor's yard.
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