Monthly Archives: January 2018


Radon Mitigation in Akron’s Wallhaven Neighborhood

Here are a few pictures and videos from a recent installation in Akron. This cute little house was a ‘flip’ that tested 5.3 pCi/L during a real-estate transaction. We installed a simple exterior radon mitigation system, and dropped that number under 1.0 pCi/L.  Pictured are the process by which we […]


Radon Mitigation in Cuyahoga Falls OH

Earlier this month, we completed a radon mitigation installation which dropped a previous radon test of 9.0 pCi/L to less than 1.0 pCi/L in Cuyahoga Falls.  Below, you’ll see the process by which we evaluated and completed the job!   After designing the system (layout, location, electrical access etc), we […]


Determining the number of access points

Since our pricing structure depends on the number of access points (suction points) we must install, you probably want to know how we determine the appropriate number of access points!  Like everything else in radon mitigation, there’s no simple answer. We can, however, explain how to get a good idea […]

radon suction pit hole

Why is the pipe open at the top? Won’t rain get in? 1

One of the most common questions we get is “Why isn’t there a cap or elbow on the pipe outside? Won’t rain get in?” Everybody wonders the same thing, and it makes perfect sense!  The answer though, is not so straight-forward.  The MAIN reason we don’t put a cap or […]