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Customized Radon Mitigation Solutions For Your Home

Radon Gas Testing and Mitigation Services

Serving Fargo and Surrounding Areas

Nordic Inspections is the leader in radon gas testing and radon mitigation services in the Fargo-Moorhead area. We are certified and licensed to provide radon testing and radon mitigation services in commercial and residential spaces in both the state of North Dakota and the state of Minnesota. Our service area includes the locations around; Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo, Grand Forks, and Dilworth.

Our company takes health threats associated with radon gas seriously and provide the most efficient and effective methods to reduce risks associated with this deadly gas. We customize radon mitigation systems for each North Dakota and Minnesota home, bringing the home radon gas down to a safe and livable level for you, your family and friends.

Trust Nordic Inspections, and you receive the promise of instant, urgent care at a moment’s notice. For any inquiries on how to begin this process, contact Nordic Home Inspection today for a quick assessment. We look forward to hearing from you.

Get the Facts About Radon

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, radon contributes to an estimated 20,000 deaths from lung cancer each year. It is a tragic statistic, but can be avoided by taking simple, preventive action to protect yourself and your family.

For years, Nordic Inspections has worked to protect countless homes throughout the Fargo, Moorhead, and neighboring areas from the threat of radon. The electronic radon testing for gas begins the second Nordic Inspections enters your home and starts monitoring your living area for a minimum of 48 hours. After testing, homeowners may receive hourly and average radon readings with instant, life-saving results.

In pressing health situations, there is no need to delay the process by shipping old-fashioned home kits to a lab. Time is of the essence here, with your health being the highest priority. Hour-by-hour measurements of radon can mean days and even years added onto your life. Therefore, it should never be a question if it’s worth it, but rather, when to start.

Trust The Norsemen For Radon Safety