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Radon Mitigation

The Radon Pro’s Mitigation Installations

You might be wondering – what is radon? Radon gas is a colorless, odorless gas that can cause lung cancer. Once you have had your home tested, if your home requires radon mitigation services, you can hire The Radon Pros to help you bring your radon levels down. We guarantee that our system will help you significantly lower the radon levels in your home to an acceptable level. The EPA recommends that any home or building that returns a radon test of greater than 4.0 picocuries per liter of radon to have radon abatement completed. We have the ability to not only to complete radon testing for your home, but to also install a radon mitigation system when the test is completed.

The Radon Pros can help you with a properly installed mitigation system, and once it is in place, we will run a repeat test to check on your radon levels. This makes your home a safer place, and gives you peace of mind that your radon system is fully operational. All of our technicians are certified to perform radon mitigation, radon abatement and radon removal services.

The first step is picking up the phone. If you have performed a test in your home and discovered high radon levels, or you want to have us test your home, you will be set up with a free, no-obligation consultation. We want to work with your busy schedule. We also want to work with your budget. While radon removal is our business, it is our belief that every home owner deserves to live in a safe environment. We will help you figure out a payment plan that will work with you.

Every step of your radon mitigation from there on out will be explained to you. What we are doing, how it works, and how often to call for check-ups will all be laid out so that you are involved in the process. Our teams are polite and thorough. Be sure to call us today for a free estimate.


Radon Mitigation Systems

Active Soil Depressurization Systems (ASD)

Sub-Membrane Depressurization (SMD) – A high density polyethylene sheet laid on earthen crawl spaces and edges are sealed on the foundation walls with polyurethane. This creates and airtight seal under the sheet where we can install the radon system to create depressurization. This method has the added benefit of reducing moisture in the crawlspace.

Sub-Slab Depressurization (SSD) – This mitigation method involves drilling a hole in a basement slab and creating a vacuum point to extract radon from beneath the slab to release it above the structure’s roofline via installed piping. Communication tests are performed to optimize suction points for better air flow.

Sump/Drain-Tile Depressurization (DTD) – The process of using an existing sump pump or drain tiles. By applying a vacuum to these areas one can very effectively collect radon laden soil gas without effecting the integrity of the systems ability to collect and divert water from the home.

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