Radon Mitigation System

There are several methods of radon mitigation and types of radon mitigation systems ranging from active soil depressurization, passive radon mitigation systems, to waterborne radon mitigation systems. All radon mitigation systems have one goal in mind, and that is to reduce the radon gas level exposure inside your home or your drinking water. Radon mitigation systems can vary in cost depending on the severity of the radon gas levels or radon in water levels and what is needed to properly mitigate. Every situation is different and is addressed by a certified technician who can determine what the best plan of action is to address your radon issues. No matter what the situation is most radon mitigation systems typically cost you as much as any small home repair would cost you. Radon mitigation can save your life so find out how a radon mitigation system may help you and your family stay safe from radon or radon gas.

Standard Sub Slab Depressurization Installation

standard sub slab radon mitigation system

Standard Sub Slab Depressurization Installation - Diagram of the system installation and a brief overview on how the radon gas mitigation system functions to remove radon gas from your home or building.

Standard Sub-slab Depressurization Systems are installed in homes or businesses with slab flooring. The radon mitigation system is made up of PVC piping and involves running the piping from the sub-slab radon collection point created to the fan that is mounted on the exterior, the radon gas is expelled from the building through the stack that extends past the roof line.

The system works by creating a negative pressure under the home where the radon collection point has been established, with this type of system there is one radon collection chamber. The radon fan that is mounted outside of the building must run continuously in order for the system to work correctly to mitigate the radon from the home or building. From the 2 radon collection chamber under the slab the radon gas is collected and the systems fan will pull the radon gas from under the home out of the radon collection chamber and route the gas safely through the exterior piping where the gas exits the building out of the radon systems exterior stack.

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