If your home in Sagamore Hills, OH, contains elevated levels of radon gas, you will need to contact a mitigation specialist to install a removal system.
Radon mitigation systems are designed to remove high concentration levels of this cancer-causing gas from inside homes and buildings.
Installation Performed the Right Way
If you need a mitigation system installed, it's important to hire a licensed specialist to complete the installation.
There are rules and regulations that need following when installing a mitigation system to ensure that the gas does not have a chance for re-entry.
1. To begin the installation process, the technician will need to find a quality suction point that allows easy access, is aesthetically pleasing and provides the best possible outcome for success.
2. Next, the technician will drill a 5" hole in the sub-slab of the basement to deploy the mitigation system.
When the hole has been dug out, the specialist will need to decide how large to make the "communication pit." This decision is an important step to get right.
If the pit dimensions are incorrect, there may not be enough suction to draw the gas from beneath the sub-slab of the home and out into the atmosphere.
3. Once the communication pit is dug, the contractor will decide the best location for the discharge point. The discharge point is where the radon gas will be exhausted outside of the home.
The location that is chosen mustn't give the gas a chance to re-enter the home.
4. After the discharge point has been identified. The technician can begin the pipe fitting process.
This process is begun by sealing the pipe base that goes directly into the ground. The technician can use a backer rod to fill the spatial gap and finish with an industrial-grade caulk.
5. When the piping is set, the technician will need to choose the pipe pathway. They will use a chemical welding agent to connect the PVC piping and ensure no leaks in the piping system.
6. The last step is for the ventilation fan to be placed along the pipe pathway. Your Radon Eliminator mitigation specialist can connect the exhaust fan on the outside of the home or, in some cases, in the garage attic.
The ventilation fan removes the radon gases from beneath the home through the pipe pathway and into the atmosphere.
When the installation process has been completed, the technician will leave a radon testing monitor in the home's basement for 72 hours to collect data.
This test will show whether or not the system is performing the way that it should be.
If the specialist comes to collect the test and levels have not dropped below the EPA recommended action level, our team will come back and do whatever needs to be done to ensure the levels are reduced at NO additional cost to you.
That is the Radon Eliminator Guarantee!
If your Sagamore Hills, OH home contains elevated levels of radon gas, you will need to contact a licensed contractor to remove the dangerous gas from your home.
The Radon Eliminator team offers free mitigation quotes.
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Used them for testing and installation of a mitigation system. The guys did a stellar job from start to finish. Awesome!!!