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Radon Treatment

Strategies to Solve the Radon Problem in Your New Jersey Home 

It is possible to reduce the radon levels in your home in a variety of ways. In most cases, a sub-slab-depressurization system will do the trick. These systems are usually installed in homes or commercial properties with slab flooring. 

This radon mitigation system utilizes PVC piping that runs from a sub-slab radon collection point in the premises to the fan that’s mounted on the outside of the building. Note that radon is expelled from the home or commercial building via the exterior stack that often extends past your roofline.

You can install these radon mitigation systems without causing any major changes to your home. They are fully customizable to fit the design of your house and will be operational in less than a day.

Don’t Depend on Sealing Alone 

Sealing the crack, crevices, and openings through which radon seeps into your house is a fundamental part of most radon mitigation approaches. However, sealing alone is not enough to control radon levels. That is why the EPA advises against it. 

You cannot keep radon out of your home with sealant products or special paints. Numerous tests show that the radon level doesn’t decline with these materials.

Why RAdata?

RAdata is a radon testing and mitigation company that provides you with solutions to your problem. With more than 30 years of experience, RAdata has helped thousands of New Jersey residents keep their homes safe. Ensuring the quality of your air and preserving your health is our ultimate goal.

As a client, you can expect:

  • Convenient appointment scheduling
  • Affordable rates
  • Experienced and knowledgeable inspectors
  • Transparent communication

Call Us in New Jersey Today

Contacting reliable radon mitigation and testing specialist, such as RAdata, to perform a radon test is one of the first steps in protecting your family and pets from dangerous levels of radon gas. Call RAdata to keep your family and New Jersey home safe from the various dangers and risks of radon by calling RAdata.