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Utilizing sub-slab ventilation techniques, radon mitigation systems work to reduce radon levels by using fans to draw out the heaviest concentrations of radon gas away from the home. They can help to keep families safe from the invisible threat of radon gas. From identifying your radon level, recommending the proper mitigation system for your property, and providing expert installation with follow-up testing, the technicians at Radon’t Radon Mitigation are your trusted mitigation experts. Our goal is to create the smoothest possible process while providing excellence in radon mitigation.
Our Residential Radon Mitigation Process
Our hassle free process will leave your air safely mitigated from the harmful effects of radon without causing you the extra headache.
According to The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC), “Radon is a very serious problem in our state. No matter where you live in Tennessee, there is a potential for radon to enter your home.” Know your radon levels and protect your home with professional mitigation services from Radon’t Radon Mitigation.
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Why Choose Us?
Choosing Radon’t Mitigation Services is the best way to ensure that your home will be mitigated of harmful radon gas. You can sleep easy knowing certified professionals have helped make your home’s indoor air safer.
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One option you have available for mitigation purposes, which has been around since 1978 and can be effective in reducing levels below your home's foundation by up tp 50%, involves installing an SSD system. Sub-slab and sub-membrane depressurization systems use fans along with PVC pipes that are designed specifically to draw air from beneath grade or even just on top where there might otherwise potentially dangerous amounts of radon gas present before discharging them outside, above the roof line where they are diluted to safe levels.
Radon reduction systems really do work! According to the EPA, “Some systems can reduce levels in your home by up to 99%.” Radon mitigation systems are generally crucial for those who live in high-risk areas like mountains or in especially rocky regions. The only way to know for sure what your current radon levels are is to do a radon test.
The EPA recommends hiring a professional radon mitigation contractor because it takes specific knowledge and equipment to perform radon mitigation installation. If you do so yourself, the outcome could actually increase your level of exposure even more than before! However, while not recommended, there is a possibility that someone with appropriate information and skill sets in place (such as owning either rotary hammer drill or demolition hammers; having access for cutting holes into concrete foundations;and understanding how air moves through different materials) - would allow them achieve an effective result.
The EPA highly recommends that a radon mitigation system be installed if the results from one long-term test or average of two short term tests show radon levels at 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) or higher. However, it is also important to consider mitigating radon when levels are between 2-4 pCi/L. With today's technology, most homes can be reduced below 2 pCi/L with a sub-slab or sub-membrane depressurization system.