Radon Mitigation is used to reduce Radon Gas concentration levels in the breathing zones of occupied homes and buildings in Worthington.
The Radon Eliminator Process; Installation Done the Right Way
It is easy to mitigate your Radon Gas problem. However, it requires proper planning and works to get it done right the first time.
During the initial testing phase, we will look at several key points of Radon gas intrusion and develop a concise plan based upon your Worthington home needs to correct the underlying problem.
To begin the Radon Removal process, we will need to find a quality suction point that will allow easy access, is aesthetically pleasing, and provides the best possible outcome for success.
When we find the appropriate suction point, our team will drill a 5" hole into the basement slab for the Mitigation system.
Once the hole is drilled, our EPA Licensed Radon Mitigation Contractor will determine the necessary depth for the "communication pit" based on substrate material analysis and soil sampling.
This step is vital because the correct dimensions of the communication pit will allow the ventilation fan to draw air from beneath the slab and expel Radon from your Worthington home.
If the pit does not have the right dimensions, it will not have the proper pull to direct Radon out of the home.
Once the communication pit has been dug, the specialist will find a discharge point to exhaust the Radon safely out of your Worthington home.
It is essential to make sure the radon has been eliminated and does not have the opportunity to re-enter your home due to a poorly routed Radon Mitigation System.
Now we can begin the pipe fitting process.
We begin this process by sealing the direct access pipe base into the ground.
This will be done using a backer rod to fill in the gap and finish with an industrial-grade caulk that does not outgas.
After the base piping is put into place, the Radon Eliminator expert will choose the best pipe pathway for the mitigation system.
Next, we will connect the PVC pipes with a chemical welding agent to stop any potential leaks in the piping system and connect the ventilation exhaust fan along the pipe path.
It is essential to ensure that the exhaust fan is installed correctly, so it has enough suction to draw the active Radon Gas from beneath your Worthington basement home.
After the piping system has been put into place and all the other possible intrusion points are sealed, the specialist will ensure the ventilation system is working properly by putting in a system monitor gauge.
The final step for our team is to test the suction power of the system. This is to ensure the Radon Mitigation System is working properly.
Once the Radon Mitigation system is installed, it will run without further maintenance or upkeep!
You can breathe easier knowing your Worthington home has been purged from dangerous Radon Gas levels.
Let the Radon Abatement Team Safely Mitigate your Worthington home today.
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