The Illinois Radon Awareness Act - Effective January 1, 2008
Due to the unique considerations of real estate transactions involving multiple parties, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has enacted special protocols for radon testing involving real estate transactions. The Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA-Division of Nuclear Safety) has adapted these protocols to conform with national radon regulations. In this environment, Illinois real estate professionals need honest, reliable, and affordable service providers like Midwest Radon Services to help guide them through the complexities and concerns of radon detection and mitigation.
We have provided links below to many useful resources for real estate professionals and their clients.
EPA Homebuying Guide
Illinois Emergency Management Agency - Guide to Radon Mitigation
Illinois Emergency Management Agency - Radon Mitigation System Checklist
Real Estate Disclosure Form
We can reduce radon concentrations to EPA approved levels and assist you with the documentation you need to complete your transaction in the quickest, most-convenient manner possible.
Radon Resistant Construction Act - Effective June 1, 2013
Effective June 1, 2013 all new construction of single-family homes or dwellings containing 2 or fewer apartments, condominiums, or town houses must have a passive radon pipe installed. The installation of this radon resistant construction may be performed by a residential building contractor or his or her subcontractors or a radon contractor during new residential construction. Only a radon mitigation contractor licensed by the Illinois Emergency Management Agency may install a radon vent fan or upgrade this passive new construction pipe to an active mitigation system.
If you are in need of immediate mitigation services, please call us (708) 680-6080, or Click Here to request a free estimate. We will provide your quote within 24 hours of receiving your request, and can offer job completion within 1 week.