Comments: I had conducted both a short test (First Alert) and a 6 month long alpha track test (AccuStar) to determine the level of radon present in the finished below-grade room of my house. Both test results showed that the radon level was elevated significantly above the EPA’s maximum safe level of 4.0 pCi/L ( the short test indicated 8.2 and the long test was 7.1). Based on Angie’s List reviews and the recommendation of a neighbor, Basement and Radon Solutions was selected to provide a quote for a mitigation system. Following a visit to my home, Stanley provided several choices for the location of the system. After discussing the pros and cons of each option with Stanley, a solution was chosen which provides effective mitigation and minimal visual impact. Stanley and his assistant, Roy, were very punctual and did a very professional and neat installation. Stanley explained his work to me at every step of the way. Stanley then set up his radon detector to determine the level of effectiveness of the system. The reading taken after several days of testing was below 1 pCi/L, much lower than the EPA’s danger point. The system reduced my radon level to one eighth of the level that was present without the system.