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Radon System Service

System Service

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Have Your Radon System Service every 2 Years.

Whether you’ve had a radon system installed or you’ve been lucky enough to move into a home that has already one, you’ll want to make sure your radon mitigation system is working properly.

Machines require maintenance. If your building’s air conditioner/heater breaks down, you are inconvenienced. If your radon removal system fails; you are in danger.

Your mitigation fan runs all day-every day. Fans wear out, birds or rodents can nest or clog the exhaust stack, foundations settle causing cracks in your basements’s floor or dislodging the collection cover in your crawlspace. Radon will find its way back inside your building.

Radon poisoning is the #1 killer of non-smokers in Ohio.

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Check Every 2 Years

Your mitigation fan runs all day-every day. Fans wear out, birds or rodents can nest or clog the exhaust stack, foundations settle causing cracks in your basements’s floor or dislodging the collection cover in your crawlspace. Radon will find its way back inside your building.

Don’t Assume You’re Safe

Radon mitigation systems are intended to prevent toxic radon gas from entering the home, and the only way to know if the system is functioning properly is to test for radon gas and thoroughly inspect that the system. Radon is the #1 killer of non-smokers in Ohio.

Get professionally serviced every 2 years. – Don’t rely on an old radon test result or what someone told you it was. Assuming that the system is keeping radon levels low could be deadly.

Regularly check your radon system monitor. Typically this is a manometer, an indicator light or an alarm. Read the instructions or call us, we’ll teach you.

Check the exhaust. It must vent at least 10 feet above the ground and 2 feet higher than windows or doors. Since radon is invisible and odorless, a specialist will need to check it’s function.

Get serviced every 2 years.
Don’t rely on an old radon test result. Machines need maintenance.

Quarterly self-exams.
Typically this is a manometer, an indicator light or an alarm. We’ll teach you.

Check the exhaust.
It must vent at least 10 feet above the ground and 2 feet higher than windows or doors.

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