Radon Mitigation & System Installation


Your house type will affect the kind of radon reduction system that will work best. Certified Radon Systems will use factors such as your home’s design and current radon level to design the most effective and aesthetically pleasing system. Simple systems using PVC pipes and an exhaust fan may be used to reduce radon. Such systems are called "sub-slab depressurization," and do not require major changes to your home.  For homes with crawl spaces or dirt floors, a membrane is laid down on the floor with perforated pipe run underneath. These are called “sub-membrane depressurization”.

Radon mitigation systems are typically effective within the first 24 hours after installation.  Another potential benefit of these systems is reduced infiltration of moist soil air with the radon, which may reduce the humidity level in the basement of the home.

Lowering high radon levels requires technical knowledge and special skills.  Certified Radon Systems has the experience and expertise to get your job done.  Don’t settle for anything less.

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