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There are numerous types of radon mitigation systems to choose from, and with the risk that radon poses to your health, choosing the right system for your home needs is an important task. Therefore, it is well worth investing a bit of time and effort in becoming an informed consumer before making your final selection from the available radon mitigation systems.

There are a variety of factors that will influence your choice in radon mitigation systems. The degree of your radon problem is the primary factor you’ll need to consider when making your choice. Choose a reliable means for testing, and remember that an independent testing service is likely to be the most trustworthy option, as opposed to a test performed by a company that is also trying to sell you one of their radon mitigation systems.

Once you’ve established the extent of your radon situation, you’re ready to start considering the types of radon mitigation systems most suitable for your needs. The type of home that you live in and the space you have available will be a part of the decision making process. There are going to be differences in your options for dealing with radon, depending upon whether you have a basement, a crawlspace, or a home located on a slab of concrete.

There are both interior radon mitigation systems and exterior to choose from. The ventilator on exterior radon mitigation systems is found on the exterior of the house, an attractive option for those with little available space. Those that are located on the interior of the house can be located in the basement or the attic, and there are low noise models available as well.

Effectiveness is, of course, the most important quality of radon mitigation systems, but convenience is nice, too. With time and effort invested in finding the best types of radon mitigation systems for your home, you’ll be able to find a system that can offer both.