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Ohio Radon Mitigation Systems

Radon mitigation has a wide range of options for mitigation techniques and equipment. There are several types of mitigation systems from soil depressurization, passive radon systems, to waterborne radon systems. All radon mitigation systems can reduce the radon gas levels inside your home or your homes water supply. Radon mitigation systems can vary in effectiveness depending on the severity of the radon gas levels or radon in your water. Situations differ with every home and it is imparative to have a certified radon technician determine your best plan of action. Most radon mitigation systems cost you as little most small home repairs. Your life and your families lives are important so, find out how to properly test your home and how to address any of your in home radon issues. Keeping you and your family safe from radon or radon gas is our #1 priority.

Second Tap Sub Slab Depressurization Installation

second Tap Sub Slab Depressurization Installation - Diagram of the system installation and a brief overview on how the radon gas mitigation system functions to remove radon gas from your home or building.

second Tap Sub-slab depressurization systems are installed in homes or businesses with slab flooring and are necessary in situations where a single tap or collection point is not adequate enough to bring radon levels in the establishment down to safe levels. This is either due to the amount of radon gas found in the the location or due to the soil found underneath the establishment. The radon mitigation system is made up of PVC Piping. A second tap installation involves running the piping from the sub-slab radon collection points created to the fan that is mounted on the exterior, where the radon gas is expelled from the building through the stack that extends past the roof line. This is a common practice for homes that need more power or collection points to help mitigate the radon from underneath the home or business.

The system works by creating a negative pressure under the home where the radon collection points have been established, with this type of system there are 2 collection points instead of just one. The radon fan that is mounted outside of the building must run continuously in order for the system to work correctly to mitigate the radon from the home or building. From the 2 radon collection chambers under the slab the radon gas is collected and the systems fan will pull the radon gas from under the home out of the radon collection chambers and route the gas safely up through the exterior piping where the gas exits the building out of the radon systems exterior stack.

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