Your Radon Mitigation Specialist

Do You Have Radon?

Radon is an invisible, tasteless, odorless gas that's impossible to detect using human senses. It's possible for a building to have dangerously high radon gas levels, while the occupants remain completely unaware of the situation.

Fortunately, radon testing is possible through a simple, effective, do-it-yourself test. Professional radon testing services are also available.

We offer simple, cost-effective radon test kits to homeowners who are interested in ensuring a healthier, safer home.

Where is radon found

Where Is Radon Found?

Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is found all over the world.

In the United States, the northern regions of the country are typically at highest risk, but no area of the country is radon-free.

True Air Technologies is your radon mitigation contractor for the South Carolina area, including Columbia, Spartanburg, Greenville, and the surrounding areas. Contact us by phone or e-mail today!

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The Radon Company You Can Trust

True Air Technologies has been professionally licensed within the North Carolina and South Carolina area to perform radon-related services for homeowners.

Our technicians have completed extensive trainings on the best practices in installing radon mitigation systems. These systems are designed to pull radon from outside and inside the home, expelling it safely away from the home.

Our technicians receive:

  • Professional training
  • Access to proven production systems
  • Technical support
  • Industry-proven products & practices
  • ... and much more!

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends choosing a qualified radon mitigation contractor that is licensed, certified, or registered with the state to address your issue.

Improve value. A radon mitigation system can increase your home's resale value.

Why Control Radon Levels In Your Home?

Radon exposure is the #2 cause of lung cancer in the United States -- second only to smoking. To date, estimates show that 15,000-22,000 lung cancer deaths occur in the USA annually.

Other symptoms of radon poisoning include a persistent cough that doesn't improve, difficulty breathing, chest pains, coughing up of blood, hoarseness, and recurring respiratory infections such as pneumonia or bronchitis.

Despite the danger that radon presents, many homeowners have not yet had their home tested for radon. Checking radon levels is easy and affordable, and should be done in every home.

Get an Estimate to Install A Radon Mitigation System In Your Home

If you live in the Carolinas, True Air Technologies is the expert you're looking for. We serve Blair, Rion, Adger, White Oak, Longtown, Ridgeway, Jenkinsville and many nearby localities.

Contact us by phone or schedule an appointment online today to get started with your radon mitigation system installation. Each quote includes an on-site inspection, professional consultation, and a customized cost quote.