Similar to a furnace, chimney or other continuously used items in your home, radon mitigation systems require periodic maintenance and testing. Concerns with maintaining your radon mitigation system are understandably high on the list of priorities when it comes to protecting yourself, your family and your time. This is why we offer a Radon Mitigation Service Plan on all of our systems, within the first year of installation.
What are some of the benefits of the Radon Service Plans?
- Free short-term radon test every year – You never have to remember to test for radon again. Testing allows you to verify the radon levels remain low and the system is operating properly.
- $25 Referral Reward – For all referrals that result in a radon mitigation system installation, you will receive $25.
- Fan cleaning and inspection of your system – one less home operating task left on your to do list.
- Air Flow Alarm – an added benefit offered with the Gold and Platinum service plans. This benefit includes the cost and installation of an alarm device that monitors system operation and notifies the customer (by audio and visual means) of a low or no airflow condition. ($100 value).
These are but a few benefits to having a service plan. For more information call us at (336) 416-2117 or email: TheRadonSpecialist@gmail.com
Radon Mitigation System Maintenance
Maintaining your radon mitigation system is important to the health of all those who live in your home. We want to ensure you receive all the benefits from a well-tuned and properly functioning radon mitigation system that will save you time, money and your health for years to come. You can’t put a price on your health; therefore, the quality of life in your home is clearly a top priority. A service plan to ensure the functionality of your radon mitigation system is an obvious choice and we want to help you with that.
The fans that run your system are basically the backbone and heart of radon mitigation in your home. Radon system fans are constantly running to ensure that your home stays safe. Due to its constant work, fans may need to be replaced due to age, malfunction or burn-out. Just as your furnace or HVAC system, radon systems can run smooth and steady in your home with preventative measures like annual check-ups.
Maintaining your radon mitigation system can be very straight-forward and simple. Preventative maintenance check-ups and proper installation go a long way in keeping your home safe from radon. Have your radon mitigation system inspected and your home tested every year and you’ll find that radon system maintenance integrates easily within your home maintenance schedule.