August 15, 2023
As you may know, radon is a naturally occurring (yet harmful) element that emerges from the earth with zero predictability of where this occurs. Radon can dissolve into your drinking water and pose potential health risks if released into indoor air during water use. High concentrations of radon in drinking water, when released into the air during activities like showering or cooking, can contribute to indoor radon exposure.
Diffused bubble aeration systems can indirectly impact radon levels in water bodies by facilitating gas exchange between the water and the atmosphere. When bubbles rise to the surface, they can carry with them dissolved gases, including radon, from the water to the air. This can lead to a reduction in the radon concentration in the water, making it potentially less of a concern for indoor air quality.
Contact Radon Guys for a free and no obligation estimate process including a thorough inspection of your basement to ensure that we design the proper radon mitigation system for your home.
Once you have your radon test results, contact us for a free estimate.