Commercial Radon Services

In your business you have security cameras, locks on the doors, a security system, and many other options to protect yourself and your employees. These types of protection are against things we can see. However, radon is colorless and odorless. You don’t feel the effects from it, like you would carbon monoxide or a mix of noxious chemicals. As the number two cause of lung cancer in the United States, it slowly kills you and your employees over a course of years.

"Shad and Bill are great! They re-mediated a large building for us downtown. They completed the estimate (which was a very fair price), got the contract and finished it in record time! It looks great and the radon levels are now well below the recommended levels! These folks are completely professional and know how to get the job done right!"
William Fenner
Company Owner


Testing is the first step. Your radon levels may be safe, but in the state of Ohio, there are locations in every county with high and low concentrations of radon. No matter where you live in the state, you are potentially be at risk.


Commercial designs can differ quite a lot, due to the many types of buildings which are used for businesses. When we come in to design your system for your business, we keep in mind all of the variables that may cause issues.


Within a commercial structure, we can either put mitigation in place as it is being built or we can retrofit and existing building.


We provide a comprehensive array of on-site repair services. Our expert craftsmen have various skill levels which enables them to be technically proficient to deliver the results you desire. Our schedules are flexible to your needs and available on an on-site, scheduled or emergency maintenance basis.

Our broad experience includes repair services to commercial radon mitigation systems and sump pumps.

Radon-Resistant Construction

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has prepared a resource guide for architects, builders, code officials, contractors and other building professionals to provide general technical information on radon and radon-resistant construction. View The Guide>>