The most effective way to reduce radon in your home is to have a radon mitigation system installed which lowers radon concentrations in breathing zones of livable spaces.
Sub-Slab Depressurization System
A commonly-used method is known as sub-slab depressurization. A pipe is installed through the foundation floor and routed to a fan which is then vented above the roof. This draws the radon from under the house and pushes it back outside, before it can enter your home. Often, this solution can reduce the radon level by more than 90%.
Our radon mitigation experts use specialized equipment to discover where radon is entering your home and advise on the best way to reduce radon concentrations.
Heat Recovery Ventilator System (HRV)
In some cases, it’s necessary to install a Heat Recovery Ventilator System as determined by our radon system diagnostic evaluation. An HRV system exchanges the indoor air with outdoor air to reduce radon levels in homes typically below 8-10 pCi/L.