Chicago and the surrounding suburbs have some of the highest radon levels in the country. A concrete floor in the crawlspace will mitigate the problem in your home. The American Lung Assocation and The E.P.A (Environmental Protection Agency) recommend a concrete floor and proper drainage be installed in all existing crawlspaces.
By installing our system in your crawl space the radon gases are sealed off. The crawl space encapsulation system will bring the radon levels down in your home to a safe level. You don't need to spend thousands of dollars on a mitigation system. Radon gases get into the home through exposed surfaces. Radon is a gas that is formed from the uranium break down in the soil. The plastic, concrete and closed cell spray foam insulation provides the perfect barrier against the radon gases, locking them out for good.
How radon gets in to your home: