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Radon System Installed Nov. 12, 2010
This active sub-slab depressurization (ASD) system is by far the most common
type of radon gas reduction system installed today. A hole is cut in the basement slab, a cavity is excavated beneath
it, and a 3- or 4-inch diameter PVC pipe is run up from the slab, out the basement wall and connects with an exterior-mounted
exhaust fan. From the fan, an exhaust vent pipe runs up the exterior of the house all the way above the roofline, 10 feet
away or 2 feet above any windows.
We drill a 3-inch role from the outside of the house in to the basement area to run the radon vent pipe.
We drill a 3-inch hole in the basement floor and remove some gravel from underneath it.
We seal around were the radon vent pipe exits the house
Installing the radon fan
Installing fittings to run the radon vent pipe and sealing around were the radon vent pipe exits the slab
Installing the radon vent pipe in the basement.
Installing the radon Routing the vent pipe inside the basement area vent pipe in the basement.
Final look at the installation (basement).
Final look at the radon system installation (outside).
How we install a Radon System!