What defines the "Best" in radon mitigation? Clearly experience would rank number one! Without experience, a company can determine what reduction method will work best for the home. There are different ways to install a sub-slab effective radon mitigation system in Kenosha, Wisconsin. There is the outside installation as one method and the interior installation as another method. Both methods have their advantages and disadvantages..
Outside Sub-slab method: This method will include running piping along the exterior of the home. Racine Radon will find a place on the exterior of the home to place the radon mitigation system and all parts including the radon fan, will be located outside. The advantage is that there is no roof penetration. A disadvantage would be that it will be more visible than an exterior sub-slab radon system.
Interior Sub-slab method: The piping will be ran through the interior of the basement or garage. All parts, including the radon fan, will be kept indoors and unseen from the exterior, with the exception of the pipe penetrating through the roof. The disadvantage would be a pipe penetrating through the roof. The advantages are that most of the radon mitigation system is unseen from the outside.
Many people living in Kenosha are unaware of radon and its deadly effects. They have no idea that they could be spending every day with this hazard as they breathe the air in their home. Racine Radon hopes to inform Kenosha County citizens about radon mitigation systems and how they are installed and can solve this issue. The radon system install is the same in Kenosha as it is in other Wisconsin cities and towns. Racine Radon will consult and make a decision on which direct soil method will be utilized during radon remediation.
Why is Radon Mitigation Necessary Kenosha WI?
The Short Answer: It's the Number 1 cause of Lung Cancer after Smoking
This toxin called radon naturally occurs beneath our homes. It is actually a radioactive gas. It originates from the breaking down of uranium located in the soil, water and rock. These matters move through the soil into pockets and then move upward to the surface. As it reaches the foundations of homes, it penetrates through the porus concrete. Once it breaks through and into the living space, it penetrates into the air we breathe, which is determined by th EPA.
When we breathe too much radon, it can lead to lung cancer, research indicates. In fact, its the leading cause of lung cancer in the United States for those individuals who do not smoke.
According to the EPA, it estimates that radon gas causes 21,000 deaths related to radon caused by radon -induced lung cancer every year.