Radon Mitigation Pipe Exhaust Extensions

As a homeowner, you’re always looking for ways to make your home safer and more comfortable. One way to do that is by installing a radon mitigation system. Radon is a gas that can cause cancer, so it’s important to take steps to reduce your exposure.

The AARST/NEHA regulations and guidelines cover strict rules on radon mitigation systems. As certified and licensed radon mitigators, we follow these codes and help homes and businesses do the same. This helps you stay safe and avoid fines. Over the years, the codes have been updated and pipe exhaust regulations have been changed. Your commercial or residential property may require tweaking to adhere to the new guidelines and codes. The new update states that your exhaust piping needs to go all the way to the roofline. If you have an older system that does not have proper exhaust piping, we can help. APEX Radon offers pipe exhaust extension installation in the Denver metro area, so you can rest easy knowing that your family is safe from this dangerous gas.

 

Radon Exhaust Pipe Installation

When you install a radon mitigation system in your home, one of the most important components is the vent pipe. This pipe helps to remove radon gas from your home and release it into the atmosphere, where it poses no threat to your family. The size of the vent pipe and the type of material it’s made from are both important factors to consider when you’re choosing a pipe for your home. APEX Radon can help you select the right pipe for your needs and install it correctly.

 

The Importance of Radon Mitigation Exhaust Venting

When you’re installing a radon mitigation system, it’s important to make sure that the exhaust pipe is properly installed. The pipe should be the right size for your home, and it should be vented to the outside. This will ensure that the gas is effectively removed from your home.

 

Radon Vent Pipe Guidelines

If you’re installing a radon mitigation system in your home, there are some guidelines that you should follow to ensure that the system is effective. Are you not sure if your radon mitigation system is up to EPA code? Read through these requirements. If you’re still not sure, contact our team for an in-depth inspection.

  • Vents must be above the roof surface.
  • Vents must be 3m or greater above the ground.
  • If vents are not at least 0.6m above windows, doors, or other openings that could allow radon to reenter the home, they must be at least 3m away from such openings.

 

Why Choose APEX Radon

When you’re looking for a company to install your radon mitigation system, it’s important to choose one that has experience. APEX Radon has years of experience helping homeowners and businesses reduce their radon levels. Our experienced professionals will provide you with a quality installation that will keep your family safe from the dangers of radon gas.

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Call APEX Radon for Pipe Exhaust Extensions

Apex Radon is happy to upgrade your radon mitigation system to meet EPA codes and guidelines. If your system is more than 10 years old, you may need to hire us for your pipe exhaust extension. The new guidelines are designed to keep you and your family or employees safe while on your property. We can also pair this service with upgrades, maintenance, and replacements to your existing radon mitigation system. It all starts with an in-depth inspection and diagnostics of your property. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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