Radon Mitigation Service Albuquerque
Our Process: Quality, Experience, Top-quality materials
At Zsako Home Inspections, we work with the most trusted brands in the industry to provide you with the best quality service. Quality assurance is an essential priority for Zsako Home Inspections. We only use approved, top-quality materials and professionally install radon mitigation systems, no matter your home type. Our experienced staff is always on standby to ensure a stress-free installation of your home’s mitigation system. Always remember that safety is our topmost concern — we’ll make sure your family stays healthy and protected!
Affordable pricing in addition to warranties
Zsako Home offers affordable pricing with a guarantee to keep your family safe and sound. We offer a warranty on all of our services, especially for homeowners like you. Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information on our mitigation systems and to schedule an appointment!
When Do I Need A Radon Mitigation System?
Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless radioactive gas found in the ground. It is a by-product of uranium decay and is not harmful in small doses. However, when it reaches higher than 4 pCi/L (1 pCi/L=3.7 x 10-5 Ci), radon gas becomes dangerous to human health and can even lead to lung cancer. EPA suggests that all homes in the United States should be tested for radon levels. If it exceeds 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L), then it is highly recommended that you have a mitigation system installed.
What Is A Radon Mitigation System?
A radon mitigation system installation helps reduce the amount of radon gas coming into your home or business by venting the harmful gas outside, where it will dissipate into the environment.
Radon mitigation systems reduce the amount of radon getting into your home to ensure the air you you breathe is safe. Still, before installing a mitigation system, it is essential to know how much radon exposure you are getting and what level of exposure is acceptable. Call our certified radon mitigation inspectors for more information and rest assured that our certified inspectors will recommend a mitigation system only if it’s absolutely necessary.
Radon mitigation systems have been used for many years and have proven effective at reducing radon levels and making homes safe from radiation exposure.
Do I Have Radon In My Home?
According to the EPA, Radon is found in all 50 US states, and about 1 out of 15 homes in the US has high levels. If you live in an area with high levels of radon, getting professional help and removing it from your home is essential.
My Home Is New; It won’t Have Radon In it.
New homes are no guarantee of not having radon. On contrary a new home may have high radon levels because of construction defects or low levels because of the type of construction materials used.
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas found in the soil and water. It can seep into the home through cracks in the foundation or into the air during construction. The best way to stay safe is by having your home tested for radon.
Zsako Radon Mitigation Service
Our radon mitigation services provide a variety of solutions for reducing radon levels. They include installing and maintaining a radon reduction system, sealing or replacing building materials and ducts, and installing an air quality control device. Our sub-slab depressurization method for radon mitigation is designed to reduce the levels of radon in the home by up to 99%.
What is sub-slab depressurization?
Sub-slab depressurization is a method designed to reduce radon gas pressure built below the basement floor. A PVC pipe is inserted and sealed into the foundation wall, with a vent pipe attached.
This method is used in homes with basements that are not well ventilated and those that have high levels of radon gas. The pipe is connected to an outdoor vent and an inline fan which sucks the radon polluted air from indoors and releases it into the atmosphere. This technique can be used in homes with basements with excess radon gas levels, which can cause health problems for people living in them.
The pipe is vented to the roof of the house or building. The pipe is placed at least 24 inches above the highest unsealed window and at least 10 feet above the ground level. In colonial-style homes, the pipe can be extended through a series of closets, provided they are stacked on top of each other. The pipe leads to the attic from where it is vented out of the roof. Another option is to vent it out through the home’s garage, provided the room on top of the garage is an unfinished room.
Why Choose Our Radon Mitigation Albuquerque NM, Team?
Zsako Home inspections is a locally owned and operated business with decades of experience and expertise in home safety.
Radon Mitigation In Albuquerque NM
Zsako Radon Mitigation Services are well-reputed, reliable, high-quality services. Our team has years of experience and a lifetime commitment to excellence.
Only approved materials
Our technicians are certified to use only the highest-quality materials for your home or businesses radon mitigation system. They are also trained to install the best mitigation system and will not stop until they’re satisfied with their work.
Premium Radon Mitigation Services
We’ll help you prepare your home or business for the future without sacrificing the quality of life in the present.
If you are looking to install a radon mitigation system, schedule an appointment with our friendly customer care representatives who will happily assist you through the process.
You Deserve the Best!
We know how important buying a new property can be and we do everything we can to make sure you are aware of the true condition of the property you are going to buy. Many different factors set us apart from our competitors.
- Accuracy: We make sure that you get the most accurate and precise results in the form of a well-organized and detailed home inspection report.
- Reliability: We know how to gain the trust of our clients by providing the most excellent and reliable home inspection services.
- Accountability: Zsako Inspections ensures accountability and proper quality assurance to make sure you stay 100% satisfied with our services.