Radon Mitigation, Abatement, Remediation Solutions For Your Home

Ameradon Services is 100% committed to radon reduction.  Radon is all we do and we guarantee results.  
We have tested and repaired schools, office buildings, apartment complexes and hundreds of single family homes in Southern, Minnesota.

Our Active Radon Mitigation Systems Start At Only $985.00*   Contact us for details.

We offer affordable radon mitigation solutions in Mankato and all of South Central Minnesota.  Using advanced mitigation diagnostics, we can design and install an effective and efficient radon mitigation system for any home.  A five-year parts and labor warranty and a five-year performance guarantee are included with every mitigation system we install. We can fix most homes in just one day and for a lot less than the cost of other common home repairs.
Contus Us for a free consultation and radon mitigation proposal for your home.  
  • Committed - Ameradon Services is the only local contractor 100% committed to radon reduction. 
  • Trained - We use advanced sub slab diagnostics and mitigation system design to install the most effective and energy efficient system possible for your home.
  • Certified - NEHA/NRPP certified in both radon measurement and radon mitigation.  
  • Experienced - We have tested and repaired homes, offices, schools and apartment buildings.
  • Insured - $1,000,000 Commercial General Liability Coverage.
  • Guaranteed Results - Our sub slab depressurization systems are guaranteed to reduce your homes average radon level to below the EPA repair action guideline of 4.0 pCi/L.*   Our active drain tile depressurization systems are guaranteed to lower your homes average radon level to below the World Health Organization action guideline of 2.7 pCi/L.**
  • Warranty - Our systems come with a limited five-year parts & labor warranty plus a five-year performance guarantee.
  • Quality Assurance/Quality Control - We follow U.S. EPA radon measurement protocol and we install our systems in accordance with EPA Radon Mitigation Standards.
Using advance diagnostics and system design, we will properly size your mitigation system, making it more effective and efficient.  This is significant because undersized systems will not effectively reduce soil gas entry into your home and over sized systems can double or even triple your annual operating costs.  We install our radon mitigation systems in conformance with EPA radon mitigation standards (RMS) and comply with all local building codes, ordinances and regulations.

Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation and Radon Mitigation Proposal For Your Home.

Do-it-yourself Radon Mitigation Consultation.  Let us help you with your do-it-yourself radon mitigation project.  That way you can rest assured your system will be safe, effective and efficient.  Call us or submit your request on-line.  Our trained technicians will complete a home inspection and use advanced sub slab mitigation diagnostics to design your system.  You can purchase the required system components directly from us and start your project right away.  Our diagnostics and mitigation system design service is $195 plus mileage.

Radon mitigation is a combination of science, education and experience.  The U.S EPA recommends that you have a qualified contractor fix your home because lowering high radon levels requires specific technical knowledge and skills.  Without the proper equipment and knowledge, you could actually increase your radon level or create other potential hazards.  Undersized radon mitigation systems will not effectively reduce the radon in your home.  Oversized systems can create dangerous backdrafting conditions and will increase your annual operating costs.  Ameradon Services uses advanced mitigation diagnostics to properly size your system, saving you money, and extending the life of your radon mitigation system fan.

Mitigation System Warranty:  Ameradon Services, LLC. Warrants your radon mitigation system to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five (5) years from the date of installation.   Our performance guarantee is all five years from the date of installation.  This warranty and performance guarantee do not apply to any failure caused by natural disasters, foundation settling, animals, rodents, insects, fire, or home renovations.  This warranty does not provide any coverage for loss or damage to the home, persons or property caused by groundwater management systems in your home.  In no event shall Ameradon Services, LLC be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of, or relating to, your radon mitigation system.  Ameradon Services, LLC aggregate liability hereunder shall not in any event exceed the amount of the purchase price of your mitigation system.  The sole and exclusive remedy under this warranty shall be the repair or replacement of the radon reduction system installed by Ameradon Services, LLC.

*Radon Reduction Guarantee - While every attempt will be made to reduce the long-term average radon level in your home to below current EPA action guidelines, Ameradon Services, LLC can not guarantee these levels if your home has sub-slab HVAC vents that are not properly sealed, inaccessible crawl space areas or if the homeowner refuses installation of all required system components.  **Applies to homes with properly installed and unrestricted ground water drainage systems.

                             Radon Mitigation Methods and Estimate of Cost


Typical Radon Reduction

Typical Range of Installation Costs

Typical Operating

Cost Range for Fan
Electricity & Heated/
Cooled Air Loss


Subslab Depressurization

50 - 99%

$800 - $2,500

$50 - $200

Works best if air can move easily in material under slab.

Passive Subslab Suction

30 - 70%

$550 - $2,250

There may be some energy penalties

May be more effective in cold climates; not as effective as active subslab suction.

Drain tile Suction

50 - 99%

$800 - $1,700

$50 - $200

Can work with either partial or complete drain tile loops.

Block wall Suction

50 - 99%

$1,500 - $3,000

$100 - $400

Only in houses with hollow block walls; requires sealing of major openings.

Sump Hole Suction

50 - 99%

$800 - $2,500

$50 - $250

Works best if air moves easily to the sump under the slab.

Sub membrane Depressurization in a Crawlspace

50 - 99%

$1,000 - $2,500

$50 - $250

Less heat loss than natural ventilation in cold winter climates.

Natural Ventilation in a Crawlspace

0 - 50%

$200 - $500 if additional vents installed

There may be some energy penalties.

Costs variable

Sealing of Radon Entry Routes

See Comments

$100 - $2,000


Normally only used with other techniques; proper materials & installation required

House (Basement) Pressurization

50 - 99%

$500 - $1,500

$150 - $500

Works best with tight basement isolated from outdoors & upper floors.

Natural Ventilation


$200 - $500 if additional vents installed

$100 - $700

Significant heated/cooled air loss; operating costs depend on utility rates & amount of ventilation.

Heat Recovery Ventilation (HRV)

See Comments

$1,200 - $2,500

$75 - $500 for continuous operation

Limited use; effectiveness limited by radon concentration and the amount of ventilation air available for dilution by the HRV.  Best applied to limited-space areas like basements.

Private Well Water Systems:  Aeration

95 - 99%

$3,000 - $4,500

$50 - $150

Generally more efficient than GAC; requires annual cleaning to maintain effectiveness and to prevent contamination; requires venting radon to outdoors.

Private Well Water Systems:  Granular Activated Carbon (GAC)

85 - 99%

$1,000 - $3,000


Less efficient for higher levels than aeration; use for moderate levels (around 5,000 pCi/L or less in water); radioactive radon by-products can build on carbon; may need radiation shield around tank & care in disposal.

  1. NOTES:  The fan electricity and house heating/cooling loss cost range is based on certain assumptions regarding climate your house size, and the cost of electricity and fuel. Your costs may vary.
  2. Costs for cosmetic treatments to the house may increase the typical installation costs shown above.