What Is Radon?
Radon is a colorless odorless gas that naturally occurs as radioactive metals such as uranium break down in rocks, soil, or water.
The best way to have your home tested for radon is to hire a certified professional to give you the most detailed and accurate testing results.
Radon Mitigation System refers to any system or process designed to reduce the presence of radon gas in the indoor air of any property.
Radon Mitigation Systems
Radon Mitigation System refers to any system or process designed to reduce the presence of radon gas in the indoor air of a residential or commercial property. This is achieved by expelling the radon gas from beneath the foundation of a property before it can get inside the home or business.
There are a variety of different techniques and systems you can use to mitigate radon levels. Depending on your property’s foundation type, some systems are going to be more optimal than others. As NRPP Certified Radon Mitigation Professionals, we install the following Radon Mitigation Systems:
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Radon Operation, Maintenance, and Monitoring (OM&M) Plans
Rigorously maintaining and monitoring both radon levels and mitigation systems is critical for maintaining the safety of occupants in multifamily and multitenant properties. However, for property owners, occupants, or onsite maintenance techs, doing so can be extremely complicated, especially in larger more sprawling facilities. That is why it’s recommended by AARST and all radon professionals that you establish a Radon Operation, Maintenance, and Monitoring Plan, or OM&M for short.
New 2023 Radon Testing Requirements from the FHFA
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has taken a crucial step towards safeguarding the health and well-being of tenants living in multifamily properties backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. With the adoption of a more robust 2023 Enterprise Multifamily Radon Policy, the FHFA is ensuring that the Enterprises' properties continue to offer safe and sustainable housing across the United States.
Should You Be Concerned About Radon In Your Neighborhood?
Radon is a widespread problem across the US, especially in the Southwest which has historically high levels of indoor radon. However, it's important to note that radon levels can vary from state to state, county to county, and even from home to home. As such, if a home in your neighborhood has tested high for indoor radon, it's imperative that you take action to protect your own home from this invisible hazard.