If you have discovered a high level of radon in your home, don’t panic. It is an easy and relatively inexpensive problem to fix. 

Install a Soil Suction Radon Reduction System 

While there are numerous systems that can reduce the amount of radon in your house, the most common is the soil suction radon reduction system. It includes a fan that sucks radon gas from underneath your home. The gas then enters a pipe that takes the radon away from the home.

Installing a radon-reduction system might sound like an expensive process. Yet many home-owners can fix their radon problem for the same cost as other common household repairs. 

Contact a Professional

Reducing the amount of radon in your home requires some technical skill. Therefore, you should contact a certified radon contractor to make sure the job is done properly.

Once the mitigation system is installed, don’t forget to check your radon levels again to make sure the system is working properly. You may also want to re-test your home every two years.