This picture shows what the home looked like before the radon system was installed.
There is a pipe that is in the basement that is collecting the radon and that pipe is guided through the wall toward the outside of the home through the trench and out the vent.
The trench was filled and the radon system was tested to confirm everything works.
This homeowner in Littleton, Massachusetts, wanted to test their basement for radon. Erickson came by and dropped off a CRM to test the amount of radon in their basement. After 24 hours the CRM came back with an average of 5.3 pCi/L. Design Specialist Jason Furrey came to the home and proposed a radon system be installed in the basement. Crew Lead Nick Melo came to the home and installed a radon system into the home and reduced the amount of radon in the basement.