- What is Radon
- How does it get in my House
- Why is it bad
- Radon Resistant New Construction(RRNC)
- Minnesota Radon Awareness Act
- Radon testing
- How to interpret test results
- Realtor Specific Info
- Things to look for in radon testing.
- Things to look for in mitigation systems.
Myths And Facts
A label for identifying the radon system and components on each floor.
A U-tube manometer for checking the pressure.
Vent pipes should be PVC that exhausts at least 12 inches above the roof.
Sump basket (if there is one) should be sealed with silicon to allow for future access along with all cracks and penetrations in the basement floor.
Joint where basement wall meets the floor should be sealed.(cold joint)
A disconnect for the radon fan which can be either a switch or a plug to allow for easy replacement in the future. Fan is required to be in an area outside of the living space. (ex. house attic)