Tag: <span>radon mitigation</span>

how to fix radon

Radon Charcoal Test Instructions

Read the following Radon Charcoal Test Instructions in order to properly test your home for radon. What Comes in the Radon Charcoal Test Kit: Charcoal Test (filter side up) Shipping Envelope (do next day  or 2 day shipping) Personal Information Sheet to be sent in Radon Charcoal Test Instructions Fill out the information form so […]
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Troubleshooting Your Radon System

Troubleshooting Your Radon System

Are you concerned that your radon mitigation system isn’t working, or may need servicing? Read the following checklist on troubleshooting your radon system. Troubleshooting 1: My Radon System Fan isn’t Running, but my U-Tube is Leveled Out at Zero on Both Sides? Step 1a: Check your U-Tube The U-tube manometer measures fan operation and has […]
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Radon Levels in the Winter

Radon Levels in the Winter

Did you know Radon levels in the winter are more extreme? Cold Weather Effect: Cold temperatures force homes to run the furnace circulating more heated air causing what is known as a “Stack Effect”. Stack effect is the natural movement of air up and through the building. The result of this stack effect is drawing […]
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how to fix radon

How to Fix Radon

How to Fix Radon Key point: All homes can be fixed. Radon mitigation systems and the professionals who install them can fix radon problems. There is not a radon clean-up solution because radon gas continuously seeps into homes from the soil below. You have to stop the flow. Read on to see how to fix […]
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radon when buying a home

Radon When Buying a Home

What is Radon and its Dangers? Radon gas is a radioactive gas that comes naturally from the earth, not from a chemical or problem with the home itself. Radon can seep into any home that is in contact with the ground. It is undetectable unless you perform a radon test. Radon is the second leading […]
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what is Radon?

What is Radon?

Radon is an odorless, colorless, radioactive gas that naturally occurs in the ground beneath us from the decay process of granite and uranium found in all soils. It typically moves up through the ground and into your home or business through cracks or holes in the foundation. The gas is drawn into buildings through negative […]
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