Radon Mitigation Prices

Systems Usually
$1,100to $6,000

Radon mitigation system costs do not vary much between mitigators. However, they vary dramatically from building to building due to many different factors (see “Impact the Price” below). Also, material prices have risen sharply lately and remain historically high. Radon remediation costs usually range from $1,100 to $6,000 per home. The most common price range for a single-family home radon mitigation is between $1,500 and $2,500, with $2,000 being the statistical average. Only an on-site evaluation and system design can give you an accurate radon remediation cost figure. This visit is easy to schedule with DuPage Radon Contractors and is at no charge

Impact the Price

Free, No Obligation Price for Your Building.

The price of a given system depends on many factors. Some factors only change the price mildly, while others factors have a bigger effect. Some factors are not only expensive but also require a very high degree of expertise and sometimes special equipment. We call these Tough Cases. Here are a list of some of the factors that go into the cost of radon remediation.

Small to Medium Price Factors

1. Length of Piping Needed

2. Amount of Floor Caulking

3. Type of Siding

4. Access Issues

5. Obstacles for Ladders

6. Difficulty and # of Bends in the Discharge

7. Electrical Difficulty

8. Size of Building

9. Amount of Temporary Floor Protection

10. Obstacles and Conditions in Crawlspace

11. Custom Painting

12. Remote U-tube

13. Truck-to-System Distance

14. System Alarm Added

15. Sump Pit Sealing Challenges

More Expensive Factors

1. Gravel/Dirt-floored Crawl Space

2. Number of Suction Points

3. Number of Sump Pits

4. Multiple Fans Needed

5. No Gravel Under the Slab

6. Discharges Higher Than Two Stories

7. Any Small or Medium Factor if Extreme in Nature

Tough Cases

Presented in approximate descending level of “toughness”:

1. Heat Ducts Under Slab Floor

2. Excessively High Water Table

3. French Drains

4. Clay Under the Slab

5. In-slab Radiant Heat or Electrical

6. No Easy, Suitable Location

7. Finished Room Between Suction Points

8. Homes pre-1970 & Esp. Pre-1940

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