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An in-line radon fan is the most important component of a subslab radon mitigation system. Choice of model is dependent on certain building characteristics and should be made by a radon professional.

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Acting as a suction device, the radon fan is connected to PVC plastic pipes drawing the radon gas from below the house and releasing it safely into the outdoor air above the roofline.  A radon fan must run continuously in order to effectively reduce the level of radon in the air.

A good radon fan is designed specifically for radon mitigation systems.  A good quality radon fan should be ultra-quiet and will provide years of superb performance for the homeowner.

A well designed radon mitigation system, installed by a qualified radon mitigation contractor, should be non-intrusive and blend in well with the architectural design of the home.

On average it cost between 25 and 50 cents to operate a radon fan per day.  The operation cost depends on the model fan required for your system and your local utility rates.


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