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Council Bluffs, IA Radon Mitigation Systems

Crawl Space Encapsulation - Crawlspaces can be major radon entry point locations. Radon gas will enter the livable areas above crawlspaces through the floorboards. To prevent this radon entry a crawlspace should be sealed using a durable vapor barrier that is sealed air-tight. Platinum Radon Solutions uses higher quality plastics and a method of sealing that will help prevent radon entry from the crawlspace. Our radon vapor barriers, when combined with a radon mitigation system will stop radon gas, reduce musty odors and make your crawlspace a cleaner environment.

Radon Mitigation System - A radon mitigation system is any system or steps designed to reduce radon concentrations in the indoor air of a building. The EPA recommends that you take action to reduce your home's indoor radon levels if your radon test result is 4 pCi/L or higher.

Radon Testing - Test for radon in the lowest level of your home that people spend time in. If you use part of your basement for living space, like a playroom, test there. You can use a Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM) or an activated charcoal test. If your home has a radon level of 4 or higher, it's time to take action.

Great Customer Service – We are a small business, and we take pride in our work. Our experts are licensed and certified in both Nebraska and Iowa. We provide service within 150 mile radius of Omaha, including Lincoln, Papillion, Bellevue, Plattsmouth, Louisville, Springfield, Fremont, Norfolk, Grand Island, York, Council Bluffs, Sioux City, Storm Lake, Spencer, Ida Grove, Onawa, Missouri Valley, Carroll, Denison. 

We strive to be the best radon mitigation and radon testing service and provide the best price point, with amazing customer service.

Contact us at Tel. 402-676-4958 or email us for a FREE estimate!

About Council Bluffs

Council Bluffs is a city in and the county seat of Pottawattamie County, Iowa, and is on the east bank of the Missouri River across from what is now the much larger city of Omaha, Nebraska. It is the historic starting point of the Mormon Trail. Along with neighboring Omaha to the west, Council Bluffs was part of the 60th-largest metropolitan area in the United States in 2010. Council Bluffs is more than a decade older than Omaha. The latter, founded in 1854 by Council Bluffs businessmen and speculators following the Kansas-Nebraska Act, has grown to be the significantly larger city.