FIRST! It's important to us here at Wisconsin Radon Services LLC to educate our friends, family, and neighbors about the dangers of Radon Gas and why it's important to have their homes tested. We get a variety of questions but one of the first is normally "How much does a Radon Mitigation System Cost?". So we've decided to give our fellow Wisconsinite's a little more detail beyond our standard answer of "It really depends, if you have a moment can I ask you some questions about your house?". The fact of the matter is every house from Madison to Dodgeville, to Sun Prairie are all different and without having these important details below, we can't accurately answer that question.
Here are some of the main questions our team of Licensed Radon Gas Experts at Wisconsin Radon Services ask when determining the price of your Radon Mitigation System installation.
These are all very significant structural details can affect the price of a radon mitigation installation because radon gas enters your home or commercial property from the soil and any holes in the foundation that can allow radon gas to enter the building may have to be sealed. In addition, Radon gas can also enter your house through your water source requiring even more research. So a tri-level house in Madison vs. a ranch home in Waunakee with an addition are two very different projects with different needs. Those needs and details determine the time, parts, and materials required to correctly complete the project and ultimately cost of installing a Radon Mitigation System. All of these questions cover most but not all the factors than can influence the cost of a radon mitigation job.
With all that being said, this is we think at Wisconsin Radon Services...“The EPA (US Environmental Protection Agency) has determined that the average price for a radon mitigation job in the United States is twelve hundred dollars. However, if your house was built after 1980, and it has an unfinished basement with no sump pump, no french drain, no crawlspace addition and the area of your basement is less than 2000 square feet, the cost of a radon mitigation system will likely be in the range of $950 to $1100. Again, these are simply ballpark figures and that price includes a radon post-test and a transferable guaranty on performance for you and the next owner of the house for as long as you both live there.
All in all, the reality is this, if you want a firm price on what it's going to cost to install a Radon reduction System in your house or business, we will need to see your property first. This is why it's paramount to use a reliable, Licensed Radon Mitigation Contractor. If a Radon Mitigation Company in Madison quotes you a solid price over the phone without seeing your house, please take notice because that price will most likely increase as the project moves forward. Also, most of our projects with additional work requirements such as sump sealing, french drain sealing and crawlspace sealing run between $1200 and $2000 with the majority at the lower end of the scale.”
Here's another Radon Mitigation System pricing variable we run in to quite often as many Madison, Wisconsin area homes have crawl spaces.
The cost to seal crawlspaces and french drains varies with the size of the crawlspace and linear feet of french drain. However, not all french drains or crawlspaces need to be sealed. The answer to the question of “Does my crawlspace or french drain need to be sealed?” is, once again, “It really depends and we want to be accurate.”
If you had a bad stomach ache and called your Dr. on the phone and told him about the pain, would you trust him to diagnose your issue over the phone and prescribe a treatment without properly examining you? In medicine, prescription without diagnosis is malpractice. It's actually no different in the Radon Mitigation Industry. Fortunately, unlike the visit to the doctor’s office, Wisconsin Radon Services does not charge for home visits and we provide FREE ESTIMATES. Normally, with very few exceptions, we will give you a proposal with a fixed price based on our inspection and research to remediate your radon gas problem.
The fact is this. Southern Wisconsin and the Madison are known for their high Radon Gas Levels and your family's health is at risk. Wisconsin Radon Services also provides Mitigation System repair, service, and replacement and we've seen first hand, there are many wrong ways to do radon mitigation. There is only one right way so please do your research and call Madison's most recommended Radon Mitigation System Installation Company for a reliable and fair price. We're here to help!