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How do I know if my Radon Mitigation System is working correctly?.

Are you certain your current Radon Reduction System is working the way it's suppose to? If not, don't wait to have your home tested.Radon Mitigationis the process used to reduce radon gas concentrations in the breathing zone of an occupied home or business in the Madison area. The EPA protocols require each mitigation system to have a warning device installed as a part of every active radon mitigation system to warn the homeowner if there is a system failure. This unique device is called a u-tube manometer and it is the warning system installed on most residential mitigation systems. A u-tube manometer is installed on the vent pipe that is installed into the suction pit underneath the concrete slab of the home or commercial property.

U-Tube Manometer's and how they work...

A u-tube manometer measure and displays the suction in inches of water column. This is often notated as inch WC. Inches of water column is the amount of pressure inside a pipe. There is red …

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