If you are applying for funding through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the purchase or refinancing of a multifamily property, you are required to include proof of radon testing and mitigation if elevated levels of radon gas are found.
If you have had your property tested and your radon level is 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) or higher, Green Factor Insulation can install a radon reduction system to reduce radon levels in accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards and the HUD Radon Policy. We offer radon testing and mitigation services for all multifamily dwellings, including condos, townhouses, and apartment buildings in Overland Park, Kansas City, Lawrence and surrounding areas.
Call us at 1-855-246-3393 to request an inspection and radon mitigation estimate today!
HUD policy requires radon testing in multi-family properties.
Installing a radon reduction systems in large buildings requires extensive knowledge of building codes and construction designs. Things like HVAC systems, stairwells, elevator shafts, and complex foundations must be considered. The most common radon mitigation system is Active Soil Depressurization, but we will work with you to determine the best radon reduction method for your property. With experience designing radon mitigation systems for multi-unit buildings, you can count on Green Factor Insulation for effective reduction of radon levels and peace of mind. Once mitigation is completed, we will provide you with a certificate of completion and ensure that follow-up testing is completed.
If you need to have your building tested, learn more about our HUD radon testing services and contact us today to schedule your test!
If your multifamily property has high radon levels, don’t wait to take action. We are the local trusted radon professional in Olathe, Topeka, Independence, Lees Summit, Shawnee, Manhattan, Blue Springs and areas nearby. Contact us to get a free estimate to have a radon mitigation system installed.
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