Water Radon Mitigation

Comprehensive Water Mitigation Solutions for Healthier Indoor Environments

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Ensure Safe Water, Safeguard Health: Radon Doctors' Expert Water Mitigation Solutions

Water mitigation is primarily needed for homes with well water. The action levels for water systems differ by state. The EPA recommends mitigation with levels over 4000 pCi/L.

At Radon Doctors, we know that radon in water contributes to the radon in your home. As water evaporates, radon is released into the air. For every 10,000 pCi/L of radon in the water, 1 pCi/L is emitted into the air. Mitigating radon in water can greatly reduce your risk of developing health issues down the line.

Reducing Radon Risk in Water

Radon water mitigation involves the process of reducing radon levels in water sources to minimize the risk of radon exposure. This typically includes installing treatment systems or implementing measures to remove radon from water before it enters the indoor environment. Radon can dissolve in groundwater and be released into the air when water is used for activities such as showering or washing dishes, posing a potential health hazard. Radon water mitigation techniques aim to address this risk by effectively removing radon from water sources, by reducing overall radon levels in indoor air.

What Are the Systems and Process for Water Mitigation at Radon Doctors?

Water Mitigation Process

After professional testing we conduct a site visit to assess your home and then provide an exact quote for service.

Water Mitigation Methods

There are two options/systems available for water mitigation: GAC and Aeration Systems.

Granular Activated Carbon (GAC)

Granular activated carbon tanks are acceptable for those with lower levels of radon. This filters water through carbon tanks which trap radon before it gets to your faucet. These tanks are less expensive though a second back up tank is generally required to make sure there is no leakage. GAC systems tend to cost less initially than aeration systems, but are more expensive over time. GAC tanks must be replaced yearly to be effective. Radioactivity collects on the filter, which may cause a handling hazard and require special disposal methods for the filter.

Aeration Systems

This method aerates water within a tank to remove dissolved gases. Aeration forces air bubbles through the water to strip the radon particles and these particles are vented to the outside. This method also removes odors from the water. While more expensive initially than the GAC system, Aeration Systems are over 99% effective and only require a yearly cleaning, hence it is a lower cost solution over the long term

Our suppliers include MCIS, RadonAway and RE Prescott.

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What Our Customers Say About Us

"Extremely Prompt and Professional! Responded quickly to the request, set an appointment for the very next day. Arrived on-time and texted me 30 min ahead of time as I requested. Upon evaluating existing passive equipment, the job was lower than the initial estimate provided. Highly recommended!"
Michael P.
Southbury, CT
"Spoke directly to Ed, the owner, who gave me a quote on the spot after a few questions. Had an appt within a week of calling, at my convenience. Installer was pleasant and professional. Called a couple of other companies who either never called back or who decided my oddly laid out basement ( part full, part crawl, part addition with dirt floor) was something they didn't want to deal with. Ed was confident they could do the job, and did!"
Shari L.
Fitchburg, MA
"Very prompt and even my realtor said she had never seen one done so neatly. Less than two hours to complete. Would definitely use NE Radon again."
Thomas P.
Uxbridge, MA
"NE Radon Doctors were amazing. They did a wonderful job, very fast and super clean. Cannot be happier. Also, our radon levels dropped significantly. Thanks a lot!"
Francisco S.
Woburn, MA
"Timely, courteous, meticulous, all around a good experience."
Todd F.
North Windham, CT
"This was not my first home sale, I was selling the house, buyer did a radon test - NE radon doctors offered a competitive rate and was quick to help - but the gentleman that showed up to do the install was a real professional, represented the company well. I will sell other homes and every home in the valley has radon, I know I will use them again."
Rick E.
Ansonia, CT