Lifetime Radon Mitigation is delivering stimulating services to its patrons. Our process involves the visual survey of the place after that the whole radon mitigation system is mounted. In the mitigation visual inspection, it is found out and determined that how much quantity of radon is present under the tiles or cemented floor, with which process it can be easily removed and how much influential fan is essential for the radon to successfully remove.

After complete inspection, the radon mitigator is mounted. System consists of pipes, elbows and fan primarily. The hole is dig in the basement of the place with the mechanical force. After it inside assembly is installed then fan is next in the line and finally the outer duct if assembled. We are providing our services in community hospitals and quaint homes.

After the complete installation of the radon mitigation system it is necessary to inspect the system seldomly. In order to perform testing the key instruments required are the pressure gauge, digital manometer and connecting probes. The manometer shows us the amount of the gas induced by the fan. A test is completely connected with the previous test. As the difference between the two tests can show us that how effectively our radon mitigation system is working.


How to skew a radon test? It is our responsibility to do that. The pipe assembly is connected with the basement so that to provide a proper channel for the flow of the radon gas. The channel is the key for the proper working of radon mitigation system. For testing, the digital manometer is connected to inlet and outlet of the fan so that the manometer shows us the reading that either our system is working to its maximum capacity. The manometer is firstly calibrated to make sure that it shows zero reading. During testing the fan working capacity is increased to its maximum value. At maximum value the fan speed and manometer readings are noted down. The reading from the basement is also noted down. And the reading of the digital manometer applied around the fan should be higher than the reading at the basement entrance pipe.


In testing we search any kind of leaks in the pipe assembly and over view the other problems. Then a complete assessment report is made and compared with the previous one and from the reading it is concluded that either the radon mitigation assembly is working properly or not. The testing also involves the cleaning of the draining duct so that if there are any debris inside pipe they are removed.


Testing is not expensive but will cost you maximum $120. But for the longer life span of the radon mitigation system we suggest you to hire our experts for occasionally testing. Our way of working, material of constructions we used are long lasting and we guarantee this. We are devoted towards our customers and we provide the best available in the market. We are working according to the rules and regulations of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and National Radon Safety Board (NRSB).