Lifetime Radon Mitigation has expert civil workers, inspectors and installer. We follow all the rules and regulations of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and National Radon Safety Board (NRSB). According to EPA, if the level of radon is above 4pCi/L or above then it should be mitigated and we are at your service to do that. The efficient radon mitigation installation process involves following three steps; Drilling, fan installation and piping assembly.
First of all when there is need to install a radon mitigation system, the place is investigated that what is the condition of ground, how much quantity of gas is possibly present, what fan will be suitable for the smooth flow of the gas and what should be the outdoor drain location? For all these aspects, visual survey is planned and everything is deeply analyzed. When the visual survey is complete, the first step is the site of the hole to be drilled. Appropriate location in basement is chosen and the drilling of hole is done. The drill bits are used for drilling. During drilling the cleaning is also done for speed drilling and for the smooth flow of the gas. When drilling is done, next step is the fixing of the indoor piping assembly starting from hole. Pipe is glued with the hole to block any kind of leakages and providing only one path for the flow of the gas from inner ground. Along with this, the whole basement is searched for any kind of cracks and if cracks are found they are blocked. After this, the indoor radon pipe assembly is constructed along with the wall. After drilling and indoor piping, next step is the installation of the fan on the outer side of the house. Fan is the crucial device in the radon mitigation process as it produces draft for the gases to flow outward. The fan speed is adjusted according to the required value which was examined in the survey report. Once the fan in installed in the assembly, next part is the installation of the outdoor drain housing. This housing is installed just above the fan vertically upward. No cap is installed at the end of the outdoor drain housing.
By following this procedure, the radon mitigation assembly is built and the installation process is less than a week. Cost of the radon system can vary from $1500 to $2500. After installation of the radon mitigation system, it is necessary to inspect the system occasionally. Testing can be done by DIY redon test. Another way to do testing is electronic radon testing method in which the key instruments used are digital manometer and connecting probes. The manometer shows us the amount of the gas flowed by the fan from inlet to outlet. Our radon mitigation systems are the best and only solution to the radon emission problems and we don’t compromise on any kind of detail no matter how small it is. We are providing our services in Wisconsin for more than two decades.