What is Drain Tile Depressurization for Radon Mitigation?
Drain tile depressurization is a radon gas mitigation technique designed to reduce the levels of radon in residential homes. Our process involves creating a suction system that draws radon-laden air from the soil around your home and releases it outside. This negative pressure created by our system prevents radon gas from entering your home.
Although it’s not our most often chosen radon remediation method, DTD can be effective in many cases. It’s a good option for homes with a basement or crawl space, and we often use it with other radon mitigation systems. After a professional inspection, our experts will know immediately if a DTD system is the right choice for your home.
Why Is It So Effective?
Although it is a relatively simple process, our drain tile depressurization can effectively reduce radon gas levels. The suction system we create works to draw radon-laden air away from your home and release it out of the soil. A great advantage of this system is that it can also help with water management.
The sump pump used in the system helps to prevent moisture from building up around your foundation, making it a great solution for reducing both radon and moisture levels in homes.