New Construction

Systems Used for Radon Mitigation

It is a fact that the prevalence of radon doesn’t depend on the age of your home Means the thing is the amount of harmful radon entering your home has no link with the age of your home: A new home or an older one.

 So, whether you live in a new home or in an older home, we offer our mitigation services using the following systems:

  • Active System: In this, an in-line fan is used for the removal of radon which is placed under the foundation to outdoors through a plastic pipe.


  • Passive System: While this one also follows the same process but without using a fan.


While SSE can retrofit any home, school or business with a custom-designed radon mitigation system, there are many benefits to building with radon prevention in mind.
First and foremost among those reasons is cost savings. Planning for radon mitigation in advance removes some of the trickier obstacles to retrofitting. The radon mitigation vent pipe is built directly into the framework of the house, removing the labor cost of adding one after the fact. This also allows us to hide the pipe within the walls, rather than have it run up an outside wall of a house.
If you are a home builder, you are aware that most real estate transactions include a radon test as a contingency in an offer to purchase. Installing a radon mitigation system while the house is being built not only saves the homeowner significant cost over retrofitting the system after construction is complete, but it also adds to the appeal of the homes you build, enhances your reputation as a home builder, and ensure there won’t be any snags in a real estate transaction going through.


Homeowners will also find environmental advantages of living in a home equipped with radon mitigation equipment. Radon ventilation systems remove as much as a gallon of water from below the home every two hours, preventing growth of molds and bacteria which trigger allergies and illness. Because of the reduced moisture in the air, these homes also tend to run their energy-consuming dehumidifiers less frequently.

Benefits of Radon Mitigation:

Drier air.

Fan-based mitigation systems can filter out the moist air from the soil beneath your home. An active system can pull as much as a half-gallon of water per hour from beneath a slab foundation or basement.

Better health.

Lower humidity has added health benefits in the form of fresher interior air and the elimination of musty smells. Decreased humidity means reduced or dampened antagonisms in the form of bacterial growth, mildew, and dust that can aggravate asthma, allergies, and other lung conditions.

Environmental impact.

Less humidity can mean decreased dehumidifier usage, if you need a dehumidifier at all. In addition, HVAC systems also run less frequently. Decreased demand for energy-hungry air conditioning systems translates to a lower electric bill and an added benefit for the environment—fewer emissions.

Increased home value.

Radon mitigation system help increase home salability. It also eliminates protracted negotiations over who pays for the installation when a house is on the market.

Radon Mitigation in New Homes

Safe Shelter Environmental is equipped with the best tools, techniques, and professionals who perform the testing to understand the entire situation clearly and then go ahead with the further process of the radon mitigation system.

We provide you with the thorough report and detail related to the level of radon present inside your home. And after this, we initiate the mitigation task to offer proven results to you.

Affordable  Radon Real Estate Transaction 

We understand your financial and family responsibilities as we have our own also. Therefore, we offer you these radon mitigation new construction services at affordable rates. We have an experienced mitigation team to provide you effective and satisfactory results.

You can give us a call for the best mitigation system. We assure 100% satisfactory results will be provided to you by our qualified team of mitigation.


Many new homes being built today are advertised as Radon Resistant New Construction (RRNC for short). You would think with a name like this the homes actually resist radon, but all RRNC means is that radon mitigation system pipes have been pre-installed in the home. Typically, they run up through walls inside the home for a more discreet installation than what is done on existing homes.
Trouble is, there’s no radon mitigation fan in place. Without a fan, you have what’s known as a passive radon mitigation system—which accomplishes very little. You really need the exhaust fan to actually remove radon and have a truly radon resistant home. For the small cost of having a fan installed, you are better off bypassing a radon test altogether and just getting a fan installed.

An active Radon system in the home offers major advantages, such as:

  • Improving the indoor air quality
  • Reducing the moisture content in the air before it enters the home
  • Aids in inhibiting moisture that otherwise accumulates in slab or basement floors
  • Improves control of the differential pressure between the soil and the interior of the building
  • Makes indoor humidifiers redundant
  • Runs quietly on “automatic” requiring no maintenance
  • Costs mere pennies to operate while the health benefit is priceless

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