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Responsible radon mitigation company serving Salt Lake City, Utah

We not only adhere to the highest industry standards, we strive to be the industry leader in the home improvement related services we provide. We also use state-of-the-art products and technology which are designed to fix your home. We are the authorized National Radon Defense dealer in Salt Lake City, UT.

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Work Requests From Salt Lake City, UT
in Salt Lake City
Wish to know the air quality in the basement (bedrooms)
in Salt Lake City
Need to get radon system in. 9.2 level
in Salt Lake City
Test came back high (8.8). We have slab and crawl space. Would like to know our options.
in Salt Lake City
I have a 2,100 square foot house (basement and 1st floor) with no crawl space and was built in 1953. I have a radon test of 8 and I am looking to get a radon system installed. Will you please provide a quote to my email. Please do not contact my phone.
Campus Drive in Salt Lake City
Wants a radon test. Was given pricing. Appointment was made.
E. Logan Avenue in Salt Lake City
Radon system estimate for basement. Not really high level but above average. Test came out to 5.6
Kings Row Dr in Salt Lake City
Small area of mold found in basement laundry room. Home is being sold, need estimate to mitigate mold.
in Salt Lake City
I just moved into my home on August 5th. I'm noticing that there is a musty smell which I am guessing is the crawlspace. The home was built in 1954. The entry to the crawlspace is outside and you jump down into the entryway--it is currently covered by an old piece of wood and a screen door. It does has vent grating on the south side of the house but it is broken and the slope of the ground on that side of the house is possibly directing snow melt into the crawlspace in the Spring.I highly doubt the space has ever actually flooded based upon my experience of being in that space and of examining the appliances in the space (like the furnace, parts of which do touch the floor in the crawlspace and have zero water damage). I think there was once a crawlspace access from inside the house, but it appears to have been covered up. I don't know for sure. I would like to look at the possibility of re-opening that access if it is there. I'm currently just getting bids and I'm not ready to commit to a contractor. The total square footage of my home is 1139 but not all of that is over the crawl space; I estimate about 1050 is over the crawlspace. I have spoken with multiple of my neighbors who have not indicated that they have needed a sump pump, even when directly asked, and most of them have lived in the neighborhood since the houses were built in the 50s. Thank you in advance and I look forward to speaking with you soon. If you have an appointment available this Thursday, September 1st, early in the day (the morning) that would be perfect.
La Dore Dr. in Salt Lake City
A kitchen drain pipe was punchured when a plumber snaked through the roof. I did not find it for 5 months. The furnace has always been a peice of junk and the ductwork was contaminated (so I am assuming the whole furnace was contaminated). There were electric wires hanging down in the water. I am having a hard time drying out the crawal space, need new electical, new furace with ductwork, and I don't even know if there are any contaminants floating around the house. I just need help ASAP. Please call me.
in Salt Lake City
Odor from basement crawlspace. I don't see how any water could be there so I think it is just dirt.
Jamie D. Salt Lake City, UT
Calling to get an estimate for vapor barrier and crack repairs office will have someone call him back
W Rambler Drive in Salt Lake City
Realtor on behalf of the buyer requesting an estimate for a radon test. Customer will call back to set an appointment.
in Salt Lake City
Hot attic, AC cannot cool down fast enough
S. Megan Cir. in Salt Lake City
Radon test done couple days ago and the results came at 4.1 pCi/l
in Salt Lake City
Looking so to add a vapor barrier to crawlspace
in Salt Lake City
Seal old crawl space
in Salt Lake City
Something in my home is making my husband and particularly me, ill. After much looking in to, we suspect radon.
Carrigan Canyon Dr. in Salt Lake City
Our home is about 25 year old and we are wondering if there is enough insulation in the attic.
South Beverly Street in Salt Lake City
Wanting to know the general health of my home.
E Stephie Marie Lane in Salt Lake City
Never had a test when we moved in a little over a year ago. We would like to have test done for peace of mind
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