Measurement & Diagnostic

Measure radon levels with a short term test kit or continuous radon monitor.  Short term charcoal canisters are the most common.  The EPA recommends using a charcoal test kit every two years to ensure the radon level in your home is below actionable levels.  Digital radon monitors are becoming more prevalent, some–like the AirThings Wave–have a companion smartphone app to measure radon levels.

It is important to be impeccable in your fan sizing and measurement as well.  Using micro-manometers a trained mitigator can measure a home’s pressure field extension and find the proper radon fan.  Fantech’s Pressure Field Extension Diagnostic Kit (PFEDK) is an all in one solution for radon fan sizing.

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