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We take pride in designing effective, affordable systems to remove radioactive gasses (radon) from North Carolina houses, offices, schools, condominiums, warehouses, workplaces, and many other structures. We service all of The Tar Heel State, so call us today for a free, no-obligation estimate for a radon mitigation system.

 

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In “The Tar Heel State”, radon abatement is an important expression and could save your life. In North Carolina, the word “radon” tends to make people nervous. After all, radon is an invisible and radioactive gas. Given that radon is right after smoking as the most common cause of lung cancer, North Carolina people have good reason to be a bit uneasy about it. Radon is a serious matter, and everyone show know how to detect and deal with it here in the Tar Heel state. The first thing to understand about radon is that it can usually be dealt with fairly easily. At the same time, dealing with radon won't be as effective to North Carolina residents who wait until they become ill before they address the problem.

That's why it's so important for everyone to test their home or office for radon. The first step is to actually test for radon. This can be done by calling the North Carolina radon detection specialists, or through use of a kit. In general it's usually better to rely on the experts. Professionals will understand the deeper significance of readings. For example, they can often tell where radon is coming from by noting differences in levels between various areas of the North Carolina building. And this, in turn, can help them with the abatement (radon removal) process. In North Carolina, “radon abatement” is a term used to describe the process of treating radon within an area. The radon remediation process will usually start from within the basement.

While radon can enter from any area, this is usually where the problem originates from. The North Carolina radon abatement process usually involves looking for and dealing with openings within the foundation floors and walls. A small crack might not seem like a significant issue. However, these cracks can essentially pull radon upward from the soil. This is known as “the North Carolina stack effect.” One can think of it as a vacuum motion. The basement sucks up radon from the soil, and then distributes it within the home. The radon remediation process will involve putting a stop to that vacuum effect. In the Tar Heel state, radon abatement usually involves sealing up fishers within the basement. However, the radon abatement might also involve altering the air pressure within the North Carolina basement.

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Active radon mitigation systems are the most common procedure to remediate radon problems in North Carolina. If one can't fully seal off the basement from the soil, than a secondary (fan-assisted) method of radon abatement will be necessary. It's not really the soil that's the problem. The issue radon abatement seeks to address is the transmission of radon from soil into the structure via air pressure differentials. The next part of North Carolina radon abatement involves removing existing radon. This part of the radon abatement process usually involves diluting or circulating the air. The radon abatement team will essentially blow out the bad air, and introduce fresh air. There may be additional steps with radon abatement in North Carolina if the project becomes difficult. However, in general, the installation of a radon abatement system in the Tar Heel state is fairly routine and quite affordable.

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