Radon Testing Snellville Georgia

What is Radon?

Radon is a naturally occurring gas from the decay of Uranium in nearly all of Earth's soils. Radon is everywhere, including the area of Snellville, Georgia. As a Class A carcinogen, a significant amount of Radon exposure can cause lung cancer. According to the EPA, radon is estimated to cause approximately 21,000 lung cancer deaths per year in the U.S. and about 800 deaths per year in the state of Georgia.

How often should radon testing be done?

The EPA recommends performing a radon test every 2 years. Every type of building should be regularly inspected for radon, including homes, offices, and schools. The greatest exposure to you and your family is most likely at home where you spend a significant amount of your time.

What to do if you have elevated levels of Radon?

If your home is experiencing elevated levels of radon, our experts design and install Radon Mitigation Systems in Snellville, Georgia. We design and install Radon Mitigation Systems for slab, basement, and crawlspace homes. Since 2005, Ensign has been a trusted leader in providing radon solutions to homeowners in North Georgia for healthier Indoor Air Quality. We are Radon certified, giving you peace of mind and expertise you can rely on.

Radon Testing Snellville Georgia

Facts About Radon

Radon Is Undetectable to Human Senses

Radon is colorless, tasteless, and ordorless.

Radon Causes Lung Cancer

Symptoms are not immediate and extended exposure to Radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.

Radon Is Everywhere

It is present indoors, outdoors, and in natural drinking water sources (well water)

Radon Mitigation Systems

A Radon Mitigation system can reduce radon levels in your home by up to 99%.


A Radon Mitigation System is the most effective way to reduce radon levels in your home. The system is designed with a fan that draws radon from underneath the home via a suction pipe. The radon is then directed outside and above the home, where it is released.

Whether your home is on a concrete slab, basement, or a crawlspace, we design a radon mitigation system specific to the requirements of your home.

Radon Mitigation System
Radon Mitigation System

Ensign Radon Certifications

Ensign Building Solutions is Your Trusted Leader in Radon Testing and Installation of Radon Mitigation Systems

NRPP Certified
Certified Radon Measurement Professionals
Certified Radon Mitigation Specialists

RadonAway Authorized Pro

Ensign Building Solutions is a trusted RadonAway Authorized Professional. We use the industry's highest quality products in our Radon Mitigation Systems.

Every Radon Mitigation System installed by an Ensign certified radon specialist comes with a 5 Year Warranty on the fan!

Ensign Building Solutions is a RadonAway Authorized Pro

Commercial Radon Mitigation

Snellville, Georgia

Radon affects the Indoor Air Quality of your business location. Whether it be your multifamily building, industrial warehouse, or other types of commercial sites, elevated levels of radon can be putting everyone at risk.

Commercial Radon Services

Commercial Building Radon Testing

Radon testing is the only way to know if your place of business is experiencing elevated levels of radon. We perform Commercial Radon Testing with no interruption to your business operations.

Design of Commercial Radon Mitigation Systems

Whether you are planning a new construction or installation is needed in your current facility, we design radon mitigation systems to the specifications of your building.

Radon Mitigation System Installation

We install Commercial Radon Mitigation systems using the best technology to reduce high concentrations of radon and enhance Indoor Air Quality.

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Radon Frequently Asked Questions

How much exposure to radon does it take before developing lung cancer?

Every person's response to radon is different. For one person, developing lung cancer may take being exposed to higher levels of radon over a short period of time. For another, it could take lower levels of exposure over a much longer period of time. Each and every person's response to radon is different, making it difficult to determine how much exposure it takes to develop lung cancer.

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