Review from Jennifer C., Smyrna, GA -
"Mitchell is our hero!! We were on a tight time frame to sell our home and had been scammed by a previous Radon "expert" who was referred by our realtor. This man didn't even drill through the foundation all the way and left our levels reading high. After some more diligent research we discovered that there are only a couple of Radon mitigation specialists in our area that are certified. Mitchell worked with us to fix what the previous "expert" did and to get our levels to an impressive 1.1!!! He offered a couple of different options for our buyers to choose from and worked with us on the price since we had already paid for a non-working mitigation system. He and his crew were courteous, professional, and honest. He did everything that he promised and made us feel good about our decision to use him. He truly understands his profession and you can tell he is passionate about it when you talk to him. I would recommend him every time and plan to use him to assess our new home as well".
The office of Georgia Radon Solutions is located at:
3620 DeKalb Technology Parkway
Atlanta, Georgia 30340
Mitchell Stein - Owner
NRRP # 105742RMT
We can be reached from 8:00am-4:30pm M-F at: 404-402-0947
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Radon and home sales
The best thing to do is to test for radon now and save the results in case the buyer is interested in them. Fix a problem if it exists so it won't complicate your home sale. If you are planning to move, call your state radon office http://www.epa.gov/radon/states/georgia.html for the EPA’s pamphlet "Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon," www.epa.gov/radon/pdfs/hmbuygud.pdf which addresses some common questions. You can also use the results of two short-term tests done side-by-side (four inches apart) to decide whether to fix your home.
During home sales:
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Georgia Radon Solutions specializes in reducing indoor radon gas levels to EPA safe standard levels in homes and buildings providing all the necessary documentation for real estate transactions. Being solely dedicated to radon mitigation allows us to prioritize your client’s needs. All of our Radon Mitigation Specialist's carry Supra Keys for ease of entry during real estate transactions.
As an all inclusive service provider we take pride in completing every step from our detailed realistic quote, custom design, professional installation to post radon testing, (performed by an independent 3rd party certified tester) saving you time on a job well done. Call for free estimate and let us know you are a realtor for expedited service. Georgia Radon Solutions aims to complete every job on time and deliver the best results without compromising its commitment to quality.
Today many homes are built to prevent radon from coming in. Your state or local area may require these radon-resistant construction features. If you are buying a new home, ask the owner or builder if it has radon-resistant features. The EPA recommends building new homes with radon-resistant features in high radon potential (Zone 1) areas. Even if built radon- resistant, every new home should be tested for radon after occupancy.
If you have a test result of 4 pCi/L or more, you can have a qualified mitigator easily add a vent fan to an existing passive system and further reduce the radon level in your home. For more information, refer to EPA’s Map of Radon Zones and other useful EPA documents on radon-resistant new construction. www.epa.gov/radon