Radon Testing helps you to detect the level of radon gas in your homes, offices, and schools. Radon is a harmful odorless and colorless radioactive gas. It comes from the decay of radioactive elements. Radon Inspection is done as it affects human beings because it is very poisonous.
It is important to take serious steps to eradicate it from your homes.
For the removal of radon gas, we offer radon mitigation system through which you can enjoy a healthy life without any fear. You can install a radon mitigation system in your basement or anywhere you want. For the installation of radon mitigation, system three basic steps are needed. We provide different types of radon mitigation services such as sub-slab suction drain tile suction and sub membrane. However, which one is suitable for your hone it depends on the housing condition of your home. For this purpose, our workers visit your home for visual inspection and then provide you complete guidance about the radon mitigation system and radon testing.
Radon Inspection & Drilling
Drilling is the first step after visual inspection. Our workers drill a hole in the ground with the help of different mechanical devices and drill bits. After drilling a hole, it is covered with the help of glue-like material to protect the leakage of radon gas. It is a time taking process.
Piping assembly provides a pathway for radon gas to remove it from your basement. It helps to remove the radon gas. The size of the piping assembly is an important task. If the diameter of the piping assembly is not matched with the inlet and outlet of the fan then it can cause leakage. Therefore, it is important to take care of the size and piping material. We provide you complete guarantee about the piping material. Piping is an indoor assembly.
Fan installation is the last step. The basic purpose of the fan is to remove the trapped air from the ground. Fan also has flanges for tightening of screws. Fan installation act as a protective sheet. After fan installation, outdoor piping assembly is inserted vertically upward to remove radon gas. After the installation of a radon mitigation system, it is important to test radon gas time by time.
For radon testing, we provide short term and long-term tests that help to record the level of radon gas. Short-term tests can be done within a week. For this purpose, charcoal patches are used. Electret ion compartment is the best kit for this purpose. Long-term radon testing takes more time than the short-term. It usually takes time of more than 90 days. Alpha track gauges is the best kit for long-term radon testing. After completion of tests, samples are sent to the lab through a specimen to detect the exact amount of radon gas.
We are working according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). According to EPA if the level of radon is above then4pCi/L then it can cause serious health issues such as lung cancer. It can be fatal if it left untreated.