Radon Mitigation Air System Installation RI
Air Mitigation Systems
A method known as sub-slab depressurization reduces Radon Gas pressure. By using this method, Radon gas pressure built up under the basement floor can be reduced. In the basement, PVC pipes are inserted and sealed into the floor, which are attached to an in-line fan that creates a vacuum inside the pipes, which then pulls the gas from the basement and introduces it into the home’s ventilation system.
A home’s roofline is usually ventilated with PVC piping. There must be ten (10) feet above ground level and twenty-four (24) inches above the highest open or closed window or door. Air mitigation systems is the best way to reduce radon levels in your home! Call Affordable Radon Systems for all your air mitigation needs, 401-601-1800.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Testing is the only way to find out your home’s radon levels. EPA and the Surgeon General recommend testing all homes below the third floor for radon.
If you find that you have high radon levels, there are ways to fix a radon problem. Even very high levels can be reduced to acceptable levels.
EPA recommends that you test your home before putting it on the market and, if necessary, lower your radon levels. Save the test results and all information you have about steps that were taken to fix any problems. This could be a positive selling point.
The amount of radon varies over time and from room to room in a home.
A range of practical and cost effective well proven solutions are used by Affordable Radon, LLC to help reduce radon levels in existing buildings and to prevent radon ingress into new and existing buildings.
High Radon Levels Can Be Reduced
EPA recommends that you take action to reduce your home’s indoor radon
levels if your radon test result is 4 pCi/L or higher. It is better to correct a radon problem before placing your home on the market because then you have more time to address a radon problem.
A variety of methods can be used to reduce radon in homes. Sealing cracks and other openings in the foundation is a basic part of most approaches to radon reduction. EPA does not recommend the use of sealing alone to limit radon entry. Sealing alone has not been shown to lower radon levels significantly or consistently. In most cases, a system with a vent pipe(s) and fan(s) is used to reduce radon. These “sub-slab depressurization” systems do not require major changes to your home. Similar systems can also be installed in homes with crawl spaces. These systems prevent radon gas from entering the home from below the concrete floor
and from outside the foundation.
Five year warranty on radon fans and lifetime warranty on workmanship.