Radon Gas Mitigation Photo Album: Radon Mitigation with CleanSpace Install in Newark DE
Currently the customers basement had black plastic laid out on the dirt floor leaving many areas open for exposure to moisture and also radon gases, which is brings us to why Basement Systems USA was called out. With the current state the crawlspace was in, the customers levels for radon were coming back at 12.8 pCi/L which is well above the recommended mitigation level of 4pCi/L.
We came out to this customers home and removed all of the current plastic covering the dirt floor and did a full encapsulation with our CleanSpace vapor barrier. We also installed a Radon Depressurization System and sealed off any exposed seams or cracks.
Here you can see there was black plastic put over the concrete floor being used as a vapor barrier
Here we installed our CleanSpace Vapor Barrier and sealed around any openings and seams.
Here is a picture of a radon pipe, this is where the radon gas safely travels through the basement and is being pulled to the outdoors
Vacuum Pressure Measurement
This device measures the systems vacuum pressure. This indicates that the fan system is operating.