Pleasant Grove Utah is a city in Utah County, Utah. Pleasant Grove was originally called Battle Creek. Pleasant Grove is known as “Utah’s City of Trees”. As of the 2020 census the population was 37,726. Philo T. Farnsworth (the television inventor and pioneer), was sent to Pleasant Grove by Brigham Young to found what is now Pleasant Grove in 1850. Pleasant Grove has a summer festival known as Strawberry Days in June each year.
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Pleasant Grove-UT Radon Testing and Mitigation. Pleasant Grove-UT Radon Testing and Mitigation. Radon levels are often high in Pleasant Grove UT, and radon testing is recommended. The EPA strongly recommends radon testing and recommends radon mitigation in homes that have radon levels of 4.0 pCi/L or higher. For homes with radon levels between 2.0 pCi/L and 4.0 pCi/L the EPA says homeowners should still consider installing a radon reduction system. Total Radon Solutions helps Homeowners in Pleasant Grove Utah with their elevated radon levels, by installing a Radon Mitigation System. Call us today! 435-250-4049
Radon Testing and Radon Mitigation in Pleasant Grove UT.
Pleasant Grove-UT Radon Testing and Mitigation. Total Radon Solutions is located in Central Utah and provides Free Radon Testing and Free Radon Mitigation Bids. We can design a radon mitigation system for your home to lower your radon levels and reduce your risk of Lung cancer and other related health issues.
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