Dayton's #1 Radon Company

There are no "safe" levels of radon and by reducing the radon in your home you are reducing your exposure risk. It is important to make sure the company you hire is installing your system correctly to get the radon level down as low as possible.

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Dayton Area's Trusted Radon Company

Dayton Area's Trusted Radon Company

Radon-X is not a big, national chain of businesses. We are local to the Dayton Area and we care about our customer's needs. We’ll work with you to provide an estimate and installation for a radon mitigation system that meets you and your family’s needs.

Breathe Safely

Radon is an unseen hazard that can negatively affect the health of you and the loved ones in your home. Radon-X can help you reduce your radon exposure by installing a custom radon reduction system specifically for your home.

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Award Winners

We are proud to announce that for the fourth year in a row, we’ve been awarded the Angie's List Super Service Award. Radon-X is the ONLY company in the Dayton area to earn this for radon testing and mitigation.

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Quality Work

Radon-X is committed to engineering and installing a unique radon mitigation system for every home. We strive to be the best in the Dayton Radon business, and we want to exceed your expectations.

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We used Radon-x to perform a radon test/inspection on a property we were purchasing. The levels came back high, so when we closed on the house, I set up a time and Stacy and his wife performed a Radon mitigation on the home.  There is nothing bad to say about Radon-x! Their initial cost for inspection was pretty comparable to other places I spoke with. However, when it came time for the actual mitigation, it seemed that is cost much less than other places. I had spoke to people who said they paid $1k-2,000+ for mitigation while Radon-x charged ~$950. They were punctual, professional, efficient, friendly... Just great! Hopefully I never have to deal with Radon again, but if I did, I would use them! I would highly recommend them.