If you’ve already found and addressed a radon problem on your business property, then you know how critical it is for your radon equipment function properly. Rarely, the radon system ceases to operate and, if not evaluated and serviced by a trained professional, you, your employees, and your customers are at risk of exposure to one of the most dangerous environmental hazards in the United States.
For a radon in air removal system, as long as the radon system monitor (usually a u-tube manometer) indicates that the system is functioning, no maintenance is required. However, building environments can change, so it is recommended that you retest for radon every two years. If your radon level returns to a higher level, it is time to call in an expert.
For a waterborne radon removal system, annual maintenance service is needed. Aeration system service will include a water test, filter replacement, and an equipment check and cleaning. Carbon system maintenance will include a water test plus removal and replacement of one or more carbon tanks.
It’s important to note that radon equipment evaluation and maintenance should only be performed by a qualified contractor. That’s exactly why businesses should leave all of their radon worries to the RadonAway Authorized Professional Network, which is backed by our more than 30 years of industry experience. We know exactly what it takes to keep your property radon-resistant.
Maintaining Your Equipment for Effective Radon Removal
With all of the experience our network of professionals have had in radon removal, you can be sure that they have worked with a variety of systems and equipment. They have the knowledge, skills, and resources to expertly evaluate and maintain the radon-control systems your business depends on.
Whether your radon source was identified as airborne or waterborne, our network of contractors are licensed, certified, and insured to work on radon equipment of all types.
Find Out More About Our Radon Mitigation Process
To start scheduling your radon equipment evaluation and service, reach out to the RadonAway Authorized Professional Network. You can call our network of pros to discuss your commercial radon mitigation needs, or they can provide you with more information on their services after you submit your details through our online form.