Radon Mitigation in Delafield
Installing Radon Mitigation systems in Delafield is a matter of which method to use.
Common method used in our area is depressurized Sub-slab mitigation. This technique is also recommended by EPA as a preferred method when implementing radon gas remediation.
In order to determine how sub-slab will be implemented, we need to find out if the home has drain tiles. A home with drain tiles is usually easier to mitigate. Although, whether or not the home has drain tiles will not effect the cost of radon mitigation, like it does with some other companies in Waukesha County. We do not price our systems based on whether or not they contain drain tiles.
Next, we will determine if the radon reduction system will be ran through the garage and attic or if it will need to be run on the outside of the home. In order to determine this criteria, we will need to ask a few questions over the phone. Depending upon how these questions are answered, determines if additional questioning is needed. Some of these questions may include roofing materials, basement finishes, bedroom locations, in-floor heating, stairs to basement location, proximity to roads and landscaping could also factor in
Another piece of information Radon Mitigators will ask for is the type of sump pump located in the home. There are certain sump pumps that can be implemented with the radon system and others that cannot. Although we can switch out a sump pump at the residence while installing, it is always good to have as much detailed information in order to provide an exact estimate on the phone.
The next procedure will be to email or mail a detailed radon mitigation proposal.
This proposal will include a method of testing, to prove that the radon level reduced under 4.0 pCi/L, which is the EPA acceptable indoor radon level. Remember, when elevated radon has been detected, additional Information
Radon Mitigation in Lake Country area can test over 100pCi/L. We test many Delafield Homes with elevated radon found and sampled.
Delafield, Hartland, Merton, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Stone Bank, North Lake, Okauchee, Nashotah, Lac La Belle, Wales, Mukwanago and all other Waukesha County Residents are urged to test their homes for radon.
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