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In order to become a Certified Radon Mitigator in Utah, one must hold a contractor’s license to install a radon mitigation system. Several contractor license classifications can do this within the scope of their license – if they have the required radon mitigation certification.
Those classifications are:
- B100 – General Building Contractor
- R100 – Residential /Small Commercial Building Contractor
- S200 – General Electrical Contractor
- S210 – General Plumbing Contractor
- S350 – HVAC Contractor
- S354 – Radon Mitigation Contractor
Registration as a handyman does NOT permit installation of radon mitigation. Installing contractors must be licensed with the state.
Please note to contract without a license in the state of Utah is punishable criminally as a Class A Misdemeanor (up to a year in jail and/or a $2,500.00 fine per occurrence) and/or administratively with fine(s) and Cease & Desist Order(s). Administrative fines can be up to $1,000.00 for the first occurrence, $2,000.00 for a second offense, and $2,000.00 per day for subsequent offenses. So please get a license before you start advertising or contracting any work requiring contractor licensure.
To learn more about Department of Professional Licensing (DOPL) requirements – review our website dopl.utah.gov for more information including application for licensure and access to the state laws and rules governing construction contracting.
The next step for a Certified Radon Mitigator is to get Certified through AARST/NRPP or NRSB.
As a Certified Radon Measurement Professional, there are no licensure requirements other than you must have a business license with the State of Utah. It is highly recommended that you become radon certified as a measurement professional to test for radon in homes and buildings.
Continuing Education credits would need to be taken to keep the NRPP or NRSB certification valid.
- Utah Department of Environmental Quality