What is a radon mitigation contractor?

A radon mitigation contractor is a professional who can fix your home to reduce the radon level. Lowering high radon levels requires technical knowledge and special skills. The EPA  recommend the use of individuals who have been trained, passed an examination, and are certified to provide radon mitigation services. To assist Nevada citizens, the Nevada Radon Education Program has compiled a list of Certified Mitigation Professionals in Nevada.

Radon professionals are certified through one of the two national voluntary radon proficiency programs — the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) and the National Radon Safety Board (NRSB). Both organizations list certified radon professionals on their websites:

Certified radon professionals will review testing guidelines and measurement results to determine the necessity for mitigation. He or she will evaluate the radon situation; provide a written and detailed proposal for mitigation; design the radon mitigation system; install the system according to EPA Standards; verify that the completed system is functioning and effective.

You should ask to see a photo identification card of your radon professional. The radon professional's identification number should be noted in the test report and other documents.

Where can I find a radon mitigation contractor?

          Environmental Inspections & Construction
          NV Contractors License #0079352, Valid through 9/30/24
          South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150-4446
          Phone: 530-544-1862

          Email: info@tahoeradon.com
          Website: www.tahoeradon.com

Cameron J Dopke (owner)
NRPP ID RMT-112263, Valid through 7/31/23

Brandon Ford
NRPP ID RMT-108882, Valid through 11/30/24

Tahoe Mold & Water Remediation & Restoration
 NV Contractors License #0081464, Valid through 7/31/24
 Tahoe City, CA
 Phone: 530-583-6653    Fax: 530-583-9800  

 email: info@tahoemoldandwater.com
 Website: www.tahoemoldandwater.com

Edward (Ned) Riley
NRPP ID RMT-106415, Valid through 8/31/24

Pinnacle Construction Consultants, Inc.
NV Contractors License #0072914, B-2, Valid through 3/31/23
NV Contractors License #0080071, C-1, Valid through 5/31/23
Minden, NV 89423
Phone: 775-691-7101    Fax: 775-783-9629

Norman A. Denny
NRPP ID RMT-106142, Valid through 5/31/23

Radon Be Gone LC
NV Contractors License #0084971, Valid through 1/31/23
 Clearfield, UT 89815
 Phone: 844-349-7236
 website: www.radonbegone.com

Shane Moss - owner
NRPP ID RMT-111626, Valid through 10/31/24

Tanner Agren
NRPP ID RMI-113372 , Valid through 8/31/23

Wayne Burrows
Utah Home Services, Ogden, UT
NRPP ID RMT-108181, Valid through 5/31/24

Ethan Howard
NRPP ID RMS-111654 Valid through 11/30/24
NRPP ID RMT-111623, Valid through 11/30/24

Heath Moss
NRPP ID RMT-111654, Valid through 5/31/24

Ethan Nelson
NRPP ID RMI-113402, Valid through 11/30/24

Andrew Roberts
NRPP ID RMS-109302, Valid through 10/31/24 

Kelly, C. 2022, Certified Radon Mitigation Contractors, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno. IP

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Nevada Radon Education Program

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