We do it all. We are proud to go the extra mile to provide superior service.
We warrant to get the radon levels below 2.7 pCi/L. In 40% of the installations, the clearance reading is below 1.0 pCi/L.
Our customers say that we are neat. We lay down drop cloths to protect your floors, carpeting, and stairs. Our mothers do not clean up after us. We clean up after ourselves.
We do straightforward mitigations and complex mitigations.
We fix other mitigators systems when they cannot achieve desired levels.
We do luxury homes. We do regular homes. Below are examples of how we blend the systems into the environment. Are these not neat installations?
This is a cool and unique installation. In this luxury home, the exhaust pipe could not be routed through the house. The owners did not want a down-spout on the side of the house. Our solution was to run the exhaust PVC pipe into the woods. We trenched the exhaust pipe into the woods and behind a large pine tree. The radon gas is exhausted behind the large pine tree which is 15 feet above the ground and 15 feet from the deck. We glued bark onto the white exhaust pipes to camouflage the white pipe. Now the exhaust pipes look like two small pine trees behind the large pine tree. Neat huh!
In the library below, we hid the fan inside the accessible cedar box.
Twin exhaust behind the mama tree. We took off 10″ of the tree and had to get to 4″ diameter PVC, but the results were well worth the work!
These are the fans for the radon system. Covered with bark and camouflage paint.
We used camouflage paint. You cannot see if from 50 feet away.
Front of House.
Digging down below drain tile.
Up retaining wall with white PVC piping.
Under flag stone and up to behind tree.
Up behind tree.
We put insulation on piping.
Behind tree. Piping (RED ARROW).
Fan (GREEN ARROW).
Looking at the piping from afar.
Covered with bark.
Behind tree from afar.
Up over retaining wall. This is camoflaged.
The exterior piping is hiding behind the wood structure. The pipe goes through the soffit of the roof and above the roof.
The fan is behind the wood pop out.
The wood pop out can be removed for easy
Under slab and through soffit and roof. Red matches brick, White is the same as the downspout.
Outside subslab. Again painted red to match brick and white to match downspout.
Same color as down spout.
Color matched the brick.
Laying perforated drain tile.
Lay down plastic.
Pouring concrete. This what keeps the radon down.
This pipe is connected to the drain tile. It forms the passive systems.
Perforated drain tile. Passive system exhaust(RED ARROW).
Passive system exhaust.
Radon System installed
close to the wall.
Sealed sump pump.
Location of a fan.
Pipe to the second story.
Fitting for 4″ into 6″ hole.
In the hole waith caulking.
Basement, up a wall.
U-tube to measure fan performance.
Fan under the deck. The fan cannot be heard.
Through the roof.
Radon collector pit in the basement.
Radon pipe properly marked.
Garage. Note fire collars at ceiling and base wall.
U-tube showing fan operation.
A fan in an attic above the garage.
On this luxury home, we installed expensive copper down-spouts as exhaust pipes to match the existing downspouts.
This is penetration through the roof. Note we did not go around the eave, we went through the roof. More work, but we did it.