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Radon gas in new homes 

The best time for radon system installation is during new construction
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Prevent radon gas exposure in your home before it's built

Radon gas & new homes - Your new home can be constructed to resist radon gas entry for minimal additional cost. A radon mitigation system can help prevent high levels of radon from concentrating in the home, which greatly reduces the risk of radon-related lung cancer. Plus, there is the added benefit of better moisture control throughout the house! See examples of our work.

 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) developed a voluntary guidance document for radon control techniques in new residential construction. Give us a call to discuss your new construction radon mitigation system today!

How we protect new construction from high radon levels

First, we install a specialized air channel before the foundation is poured to keep the soil's gases from ever entering the house. Once the foundation is poured, all openings and cracks are sealed as another prevention method against gases.

Next, we install a passive radon gas mitigation system or vent pipe. This is completed during the construction phase by placing PVC pipes vertically from beneath the foundation up through the roof to safely vent radon and the other soil gases outside of the house.

Once your house is complete, a simple radon test can be performed to ensure the precautions are enough to prevent radon gas from concentrating inside. If the radon test comes back high, the passive system can be turned into an active system by adding a fan at a much lower cost than installing a system in an already completed house.

Radon Gas & New Homes - Using radon-gas-resistant construction techniques during the building phase can add value to the home and protect the health of your family. Plus, we can work directly with your builder to give you peace of mind!  If you are building a new home, contact us at 801-871-0715 to learn more. 

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