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Typical Mitigation System Installed by Mid America Radon
Active Radon Removal Systems
According to EPA Guidelines, an active radon removal system is needed whenever indoor radon readings are 4.0pCi/L or greater.
The most popular and usually the most reliable method of reducing radon in structures is called “Active Soil Depressurization” or simply Subslab ventilation.
With this method, a suction pipe is inserted through the basement floor slab into the gravel or soil underneath the house. This vent pipe rises from the basement area and leads to the exterior where the radon is vented to the atmosphere to dissipate harmlessly.
The vent pipe has an inline fan installed which produces suction under the floor slab thereby greatly reducing radon levels in your home. Cost for installing a radon mitigation system range from $650.00 - $1250.00, with most installations at $750.00 - $800.00.
A single fan will typically reduce the radon levels in the structure by 80-99%.
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Experience counts. We've been testing and remediating radon since 1987. We look forward to helping you ensure that your home and family are free of dangers from radon.
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Bill & Robin Slentz
Mid America Radon
Mid America Radon Testing Inc. provides radon testing and mitigation to clients in greater Kansas City and the Midwest since 1987.
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