The installation of a radon mitigation system is recommended when a radon test indicates radon levels in the home are at or above the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency action level of 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L).
Most radon systems are of the subslab depressurization type. A subslab depressurization system uses pvc piping with one or sometimes several suction points in the basement or crawl space floor (subslab). A suction point is an area where the pvc piping draws air from under the slab and carries it through the sealed piping system to the exterior of the home. At this location there is a radon fan which pulls air through the piping system and the air is discharged over the roofline where the radon is dispersed into the atmosphere. Even though this is a typical system installation every job is different and should always be assessed by a certified and licensed radon individual to design the system.
We offer radon mitigation services to reduce radon levels in buildings to a safe level, below the D.E.P. (Department of Environmental Protection) recommended action level of 4.0 Pci/L. We perform all quality control measures required by the D.E.P. Mitigation Standards to ensure the system works successfully in reducing radon levels in the home. As a certified professional, we can assess the radon levels in your home or business and design a custom solution. We keep in mind the visual integrity and functionality of a home/building when designing a system and this can be seen through our aesthetic workmanship. No detail is left to chance, we want to make our customers feel confident and safe. Contact us for a free consultation and quote to protect yourself and your loved ones from the potential risks of long-term radon exposure.
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