Radon Costs

The cost of radon services are dependent on the homes location and construction type, below are the average cost of our radon services:

Electronic Radon Testing: $175

We use the Sun Radon 1028xp continuous radon monitor (CRM) to professionally test homes and buildings, which gives us results in 48 hours and provides hour-by-hour measurements of radon levels.

Real Estate: We have Supra keys, making testing in real estate transactions an easy task.

Radon Reduction in 2009 or older homes: $1,700 – $1,900

If elevated radon levels exist, a radon mitigation system should be installed to reduce levels. We will design and install a system in your home. It is our goal to reduce radon levels as low as possible while being cost-effective. If needed, electrical work is extra with an average cost of $350-$450 including permit costs and depending on location.

Radon Reduction in 2010 or newer homes: $700-$800

Radon resistant new construction (RRNC) has been code in Minnesota since June of 2009. These homes have a passive radon system built-in. If elevated radon levels are measured after construction is completed, we will inspect the system, install a fan, and add a manometer which shows the system is working properly. In addition, we provide a 5-year warranty on the fan, and a charcoal test kit to conduct post-activation testing. Electronic radon testing can be added for $125.

Pressure Field Testing: ~$150

Pressure Field Testing (PFT) measures airflow below the slab to determine that proper air movement can be achieved from one or more suction points when designing a mitigation system. This is needed in many homes that lack a drain tile system. If a home fails PFT, alternative systems may be recommended.