360 Home Services Overview

Welcome to 360 Home Services. We are blessed to be a top choice for home owners in need of Radon Mitigation. The EPA estimates that nearly 1 out of every 15 homes in the United States has elevated radon levels. Wondering why people are concerned with Radon gas?

According to the American Cancer Society over exposure to Radon Gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.

If you think you have elevated radon in your home we can help. Whether you are selling a home, buying a new home, or if you have been in your home for years, the suspicion of radon gas is important to pay attention to.

To determine the radon levels in your home a licensed radon professional must setup a test to check if your homes radon levels exceed the EPA’s recommended safe levels. If it is determined that the radon in your home does exceed safe levels the team at 360 Home Services will provide you with a free quote for a complete mitigation system.

Our experienced crew will help design a radon mitigation system that best suits your individual home and that will successfully reduce radon levels to keep your family safe.

Get to Know Us

360 Home Services was founded in 2007 by Kenny Jackson, a licensed home inspector and radon mitigator.

Our Promise

We promise to provide you with a priced solution to the Radon in your home. We will match any competitors pricing.

Testimonials

We could not have continued to grow our strong reputation for excellence in Columbus, Ohio without being committed to the quality of the work we provide.

Did You Know?

Radon is a naturally occurring gas that comes from the natural and radioactive breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water. It exists everywhere and has a large presence in the Midwest. The largest potential source of radon exposure to you is in your home. When found in elevated levels this gas gets into the air you breathe and can provide a health hazard to your family. According to the American Cancer Society being exposed to radon for long periods of time can lead to lung cancer. The National Toxicology Program has classified radon as a known human carcinogen.

The only way you know if your family is at risk for radon is to have a licensed radon measurement performed.

We are licensed by the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) as a Radon Mitigation Specialist.