Radon Mitigation Systems
Active sub-slab depressurization
A continuous operating in-line fan motor draws the air from under your home and exhausts it over the eave or through the roof.
Passive sub-slab systems
A stationary line is installed through the slab of your home and exhausts over the eave or through the roof. the negative pressure under your home generates enough force to draw air through the line.
an active system is placed under an installed membrane floor if a concrete slab is not present.
Block wall depressurization
an active system suction point is placed into the block wall as well as the slab below.
Drain tile depressurization
a CORRUGATED pipe is installed around the PERIMETER of the home. an active system is installed through that pipe. this type of system benefits homes with wet or leaky basements.
Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) control systems
These control systems ELIMINATE the "musky" basement smells caused by moisture and/or soil gasses.
Active VOC control systems
installed with an in-line fan motor
Passive VOC control systems
passive systems can consist of proper venting paired with a depressurizing line.
Radon Testing and Measurement
Short term air measurement testing
tests take 48 hours to measure accurately
Long term air measurement testing
tests that take 3-6 months to measure accurately
Measurement in well water testing
readings from a third party lab. can take up to 4 weeks
Radon Mitigation Systems Inspections
Existing system inspection