Tag Archives: Radon

Radon Mitigation with Sub-Slab Hazards

Radon Mitigation with Sub-Slab Hazards

Radon mitigation requires drilling into the slab, so what do we do when we encounter sub-slab hazards? Read on to see how we mitigated this home in New Brighton, Minnesota, with copper boiler lines beneath the slab. Or check out the video here. BASICS Before we get started, let’s review some radon mitigation basics. Radon…

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Radon Mitigation in Rambler

How do you mitigate radon in a 1978 rambler?

Have you ever wondered how we perform radon mitigation in a rambler, sometimes referred to as a ranch home? Let’s take a look at our installation process for this 1978 rambler with a full basement and an initial radon level of 15.7 pCi/L. Or check out the video. PRESSURE FIELD EXTENSION The key to engineering…

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Radon with Sub-slab ductwork

Radon Mitigation with Sub-Slab Ductwork

It’s no surprise that some homes are more challenging to mitigate than others. There are a variety of factors at play: house layout, the presence of drain tile, and the number of crawl spaces, to name a few. However, one factor that people don’t often consider is the existence of sub-slab ductwork. While it isn’t…

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Meet Jesse Green with American Radon Mitigation

Jesse entered the radon testing and mitigation services through his family in the spring of 2014. Jesse said, “I was working for my cousins at Greenway Excavating and running my party bus business struggling to make ends meet. My father was part-owner of Well Groomed Lawns with his younger brother Jim. Both of us were…

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