Radon Mitigation for Slab-on-Grade Foundations
In order to reduce radon in slab homes, one of four types of soil suction methods are employed: subslab suction, drain-tile suction, sump-hole suction, or block-wall suction.
A radon vent fan connected to the suction pipes draws the radon gas from below the home and releases it into the outdoor air while simultaneously creating a negative pressure or vacuum beneath the slab. Common fan locations include unconditioned home and garage spaces, including attics and the exterior of the home.
Understand the Proper Methods of Radon Mitigation for Your Home
Every home is uniquely built and requires the right method for reducing radon. Whether your home is built on a crawl space or slab, call Cook’s Radon today to schedule a Free consultation and analysis. Get the facts about radon and get a radon test kit, too.
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