Installing an active sub-slab mitigation system is one of the most common and effective solutions for reducing the risks of radon exposure. This type of system uses a fan and pipes installed in the floor of a basement or garage and routed through closets and out-of-sight areas to pull radon gas to the attic and roof of a building. There, the gas dissolves into the air outside rather than accumulating within the building itself.

With these systems, an active soil sub-slab radon mitigation contractor will typically install a monitor in the basement or closet so that you can check that the system is functioning properly.