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Residential Radon Gas Mitigation

Residential Radon Mitigation

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates 1 in 4 houses in the Massachusetts area has indoor radon concentrations exceeding the 4 pCi/L threshold. This exposure has long - term consequences, but there is a solution. Radon mitigation via sub-slab depressurization is a tested and reliable method of reducing radon levels. Contact SWAT today to learn more about mitigating radon.

How Radon Enters a Home

Radon naturally occurs in soil as a decay product of uranium and thorium - two of the most prevalent radioactive elements in the world. In its gaseous form, radon enters a home via cracks and perforations within a foundation, a result of the air pressure differences between the earth surrounding the home and the basement itself.

The most effective solution is sub-slab depressurization (SSD). SSD utilizes a fan to create a sub-slab vacuum, forcing the radon to enter a pipe, which vents above the home, at which point it dissipates to levels well below the EPA threshold of 4 pCi/L.

Secure a Qualified Radon Specialist

We have technicians operating across the state of Massachusetts, providing services to over 10,000 customers since 2013. If you have an issue, reach out to us; our trained sales staff is certfied by the National Radon Proficiency Program, and can explain every step of the mitigation process. Radon is the problem, mitigation shouldn't be. Let SWAT help you solve your radon issues today.

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