Radon Reduction is a process of removing radon from your home. It can be done by a variety of methods. One option is to hire a professional radon mitigation contractor. Typically, this person will have certification from the Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program, as well as specific technical knowledge and skills. In addition, the contractor should be able to provide references and a written cost estimate.
What you should know about Radon mitigation?
The effectiveness of radon reduction methods will depend on how well each house is sealed. There are many ways to do this, including preventing radon from penetrating walls and filling in cracks. Some methods are easy to do, while others require special techniques and materials. The most effective approach will be customized for the home.
Depending on the construction of your house, you may need a combination of methods. A contractor who specializes in radon reduction will be able to design a system that fits your house. This means that you should carefully review the proposals of several contractors before selecting one. If possible, ask for references and check with your local Chamber of Commerce and Better Business Bureau to make sure they are qualified and experienced. If a contractor does not provide references, it’s best to look elsewhere.
Water treatment systems are one of the best options for reducing radon in your home. A water treatment system will aerate water, which releases airborne radon into the air. You should also consider adding charcoal filters to your water treatment system. These methods reduce radon levels in the water, but they also require more maintenance. Water treatment filters also tend to accumulate radiation over time, posing a health risk for residents.