Diagnostic Test Saves Thousands
Updated: Apr 3
We were recently the second firm to help a client. The first mitigation plan they received called for multiple suction points and a 160 watt radon fan. This struck us as a lot of system for modern, single family, detached, residential construction.
We completed a diagnostic test and found that a sump depressurization system with a 85 watt fan would provide adequate pressure field extension. This system was at least $2000 less than the originally proposed multi-point system.
This illustrates the importance of diagnostic testing and technical creativity in looking for an efficient solution to radon issues.