Radon Mitigation System Repair / Upgrade
Radon is a common problem for most homeowners in Toronto. In a bid to tackle this problem, many homeowners have paid for the installation of a radon mitigation system in their homes. These radon removal systems will take this harmful, radioactive gas out of your home and keep it outside. The interesting thing about a radon mitigation system is that it can work for many years. Many homeowners use their radon ventilation system between 7 – 10 years. After periods of extended use, the radon mitigation system may develop some minor faults. You may also need to upgrade to a more efficient system if your old one has become ineffective. When these systems become faulty, you need a professional service provider to look at them. Toronto Radon removal is expert at repairing Radon mitigation systems.
What Is The Importance Of Radon Mitigation Systems?
Radon mitigation systems are complex mechanical instruments that require some level of technical expertise to operate optimally. These systems are difficult to install but they are worth it. They are your best bet to get radon out of your home and keep it out. When fully installed, these gas purification systems will improve the air quality in your home. It will reduce the risk of you and your family falling victim to lung cancer. At Toronto Radon Removal, we offer Radon System Mitigation Repair and Upgrade. It’s our job to keep you and your family safe by ensuring that the radon mitigation system that you have installed does not stop working unexpectedly.
How to Identify a Faulty Mitigation System?
Even though you don’t have the technical skills of a radon specialist, you should be able to check on the condition of your radon ventilation system. When you can do this occasionally, you can keep track of the state of the machine and quickly detect if something is wrong with it. To do this, take a look at the Manometer. This component is a U-shaped tube that is found on the mitigation pipe kept in the basement. The tube will contain a visible liquid extending to both sides. If both sides of the manometer are uneven, then it means the machine is working.
Causes of Radon Mitigation System Breakdown
Two main reasons may cause your radon mitigation system to fail and stop working. It could be a result of a power loss to the radon fan or a faulty radon fan. When you call us to check your radon ventilation system, we will closely examine it to determine the cause of the fault. If the fault is caused by a power loss to the fan, it will be fixed. However, if you have a faulty radon fan, it may be due for a change. But if we detect that the entire system has become ineffective and is incapable of mitigating radon levels in your home, then it may be time for an upgrade. We’ll help you carry out a system upgrade to restore the air quality in your home.