Protect your home. Keep your home radon free with expert mitigation services.
If you believe that radon gas is intruding into your home, it's time to take action against it. Erickson Foundation Solutions of New Hampshire & Massachusetts can help you, by providing radon testing and a quote on the cost of a radon mitigation system in your home.
It's easier than ever to get your home tested for a radon problem! Erickson Foundation Solutions can perform an inspection and conduct a radon test in your home in as little as two days!
These homeowners in Hopkinton, MA tested their home for radon and wished to install a mitigation system upon finding their levels were high. This before and after is a view of the exterior of the home where the fan and vent were located.
The owner of a century-old house in Berlin, Massachusetts, had concerns about radon levels and sought help from EFS. After conducting an inspection, our Design Specialist Liam FitzPatrick suggested installing a radon mitigation system, Drainage Matting, and CleanSpace to lower the levels inside the house.
This homeowner in Jaffrey New Hampshire had purchased a newly constructed house. The home was built two years ago and had been tested for radon a few times in those two years. Design Specialist Kyle Jamerson came to the home and proposed that they install a radon mitigation system. Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team came to the home to install the radon system.
A new homeowner in Marlborough, Massachusetts just purchased their home. A radon test was performed after purchase during the inspection process. The test indicated the levels are 4.3 pCi/L and they would like to reduce the radon in their home. Design Specialist Michael Biedrzycki went to the home to talk to the homeowner about their options. Scott Crandall his team then installed the radon mitigation system into the home.
A homeowner in Sherborn, Massachusetts, had lived in their home for 6 years. Their neighbors one day knocked on the door to tell them that they had installed a radon mitigation system in their home because they had higher than recommended radon levels. The homeowner decided to get their home tested after their neighbors stopped by. The levels in their home tested at 5.8 pCi/L so they decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist recommended and designed a radon mitigation system to install in their home.
Our installation team installed a radon mitigation system into the home and lowered the radon levels from 5.8 pCi/L to below 4.0 pCi/L.
David B. of Framingham, Massachusetts was experiencing radon levels that were too high. He called Erickson Foundation Solutions to come out for a free radon inspection. Design Specialist Chris Greenwood came to the home and inspected the basement and designed a radon mitigation system for David's home.
Crew Lead Brandem Edwards and his team came to the home and installed a new Radon Mitigation System into the home.
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Erickson Foundation Solutions' radon mitigation system uses sub-slab depressurization to reduce radon levels.
As a full-service radon mitigation contractor, Erickson Foundation Solutions can also install a radon mitigation system that is compatible with the current waterproofing system in your basement or crawl space in Manchester, Nashua, Hollis, Cambridge, Litchfield, Bow, Stratham and homes nearby!
Erickson Foundation Solutions also provides multifamily radon mitigation in compliance with the HUD Radon Policy. If testing confirms radon levels above 4 picocuries (pCi/L), mitigation must be performed by a radon professional reduce the level of radon gas in the air to a safe amount.