Consolidated Radon - RadonTesting in NJ
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Welcome to our site about radon in New Jersey. Radon measurement and radon mitigation can initially cause some grave concerns. These concerns are of particular importance when the radon issue comes up during real estate sales. If you have arrived here it is because you searched one of the following: radon testing new jersey, radon nj, radon new jersey, mitigation nj radon measurement nj radon, radon n j , or some other combination of radon related data.
On this site we mostly
deal with the business aspect of radon within the State of New
Jersey. NJ radon issues come under the
guidance of N.J.A.C. 7:28-27 and N.J.D.E.P radon protocols. Consolidated Radon
(radon inspections*) and our associates at RA Data (radon
mitigation) only offers radon services within the State of New Jersey.
Call us at 800-872-7236. As a state licensed New Jersey radon
mitigation company, our associates at RA Data will be happy to assist
you in this matter. Estimates for radon mitigation are free and an
important part of the process. All radon estimates must be in writing.
Radon work is very formal in the State of New Jersey. All radon systems
require a permit from the local town. Call today!
* Only testing devices certified and approved for use by the NJDEP will be used for deployment in the State of NJ; analysis done by RAData.
Radon FAQs Below - Immediate details 1-800-872-7236
P.O. Box 922 - 397 Ridge Road
Dayton, New Jersey 08810
"Again welcome to the web page of Consolidated Radon where
|Should I still buy the house with elevated levels of radon?|
|Can all radon be reduced to 4.0 pCi/l of less by using current radon mitigation methods?|
|If one radon measurement (test) is high should I do a radon measurement retest?|
|How do I go about getting an initial radon measurement?|
|What kind of radon mitigation system is used and what is it called?|
|One radon mitigation company told me I needed a pumping system?|
|How do New Jersey radon mitigation companies come up with their prices?|
|How do I get a New Jersey radon company to come out to my house for a radon estimate and/or radon measurement?|
|After a radon mitigation installation how do I know if the radon mitigation system is working?|
|My house is pre-piped for radon mitigation, what will just a fan cost?|
|I need more information.|
| This section deals with the New Jersey radon issue, New Jersey radon mitigation, New Jersey
radon testing, often referred to as New Jersey radon measurement. I hope this sections answer some
of your radon questions.
| Many clients call Consolidated Radon, (800-872-7236) and the first thing out of their mouth is how
much will it cost too reduce the radon level in the house that I am trying to sell. On the other hand
many times it is the buyer who calls and the first thing they want to know is,
“Should I buy this house that has radon in it?”
or “How bad is the New Jersey radon issue?” All are good questions. We have put the following tips together
to help with these all-important subjects.
| * SPECIAL NOTE FOR STUDENTS: We are happy to assist in school projects by supplying
New Jersey radon data, background on New Jersey radon measurement
& N J radon mitigation issues,
and interviews with Mr. Jack Laurie. However, due to time constraints and the number of requests we are only able to honor requests
and/or phone calls at the office between the hours of 9:00am and 12 noon on Fridays for these
student endeavors. E-mails can be sent at anytime and will
be handled as soon as possible. Mr. Laurie's cell phone may be used at anytime
regarding New Jersey radon issues and is 732-329-8570. Student calls are
always welcome on his cell phone.
| Should I still buy the house with elevated levels of radon?
Yes, radon is not that big a deal. Of course you want to get the levels below the state guideline for radon, but again that is not a big deal. TOP
| Can all radon be reduced to 4.0 pCi/l of less by using current radon mitigation methods?
In most cases the answer to that question is yes. But, I hasten to point out that to get a broader answer to this all important radon question contact our office at 800-872-7236. Yes, there are some houses that carry a certain degree of difficulty in reducing the radon level. Mostly these houses are older homes with French drains behind walls, or areas that cannot be gotten into, such as low dirt crawl spaces (a great source for radon). Stonewall foundations are another major problem when it comes to radon mitigation. Anytime you have French drains behind walls or dirt areas that have to be sealed to prevent radon from entering the structure the price for radon mitigation can rise considerably. TOP
| If one radon measurement (test) is high should I do a radon measurement retest?
The DEP and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) both recommend that you take action to mitigate your home if your test results indicate radon levels of 4.0 pCi/L of radon or more. If you used two or more short-term tests at the same location, the results should be averaged. Call 800-872-7236 for pricing. Most often prices for a radon measurement is around $95.00 to $125.00. If you need an initial test we can also conduct a radon measurement for you as well. TOP
| How do I go about getting an initial radon measurement?
To secure an initial New Jersey radon measurement for your home or commercial building just call 800-872-7236. Most often we will be able to arrange for the test to be done the same day you call. If you are a Day Care in N.J. Consolidated Radon heads up the New Jersey Day Care Radon Project.
| What kind of radon mitigation
system is used and what is it called?
Most often you will end up with what is called a radon sub-slab soil depressurization system, Of course most folks just call it a radon venting system (fan system). The radon system sucks the radon from under the building and vents it to the outdoors. TOP
| One radon mitigation company told me I needed a pumping system?
The word “pump” is just an electrician’s term for a fan. TOP
| How do New Jersey radon
mitigation companies come up with their prices?
A good rule of thumb would be the following, $1200 to $1600.00 for the radon mitigation (vent) system, consisting of one suction point (each radon suction point can reach out about 40 to 45 feet). Things that add to the price are French Drains, crawl spaces, open sump pump pits, and the need for additional suction points. TOP
| How do I get a FREE
Call us at 800-872-7236. As a state licensed New Jersey radon mitigation company, our associates at RA Data will be happy to assist you in this matter. Estimates for radon mitigation are free and an important part of the process. All radon estimates must be in writing. Radon work is very formal in the State of New Jersey. All radon systems require a permit from the local town. TOP
| After a radon mitigation
installation how do I know if the radon mitigation system is working?
All New Jersey radon mitigation systems must be retested as part of the radon mitigation process. There is never an addition charge for the radon measurement retest. There is NO tax on radon mitigation systems. Radon systems carry gauges that indicate if they are operational. TOP
| My house is pre-piped for radon mitigation, what will just a fan cost?
The N.J.D.E.P now considers a fan only radon mitigation instillation as a full radon system. As such even a fan carries state and local fees. Most radon mitigation companies will charge a minimum of $595. Also consider that many pre-piped houses are pre-piped wrong. TOP
| Special Note: More information: I hope these radon mitigation and
radon measurement tips have assisted you. If you need more information
feel free to call Consolidated Radon at 8000-872-7236. If you would like to e-mail
just hit the email link at the bottom of this page. TOP
Don't forget to check out the EPA slide show below.
Remember all you need to do is make "One Call for All!"
If you need radon testing, mitigation, termite inspections, termite treatments, termite damage repairs, lead testing; call today!
|Slide Show #1|
Slide Show #2
|Slide Show #3|
| Consolidated Radon AKA New Jersey Radon Education Service is approved for six (6) training
courses for N.J.D.E.P. licensed radon professionals in all four (4)
categories of testers and mitigators; now approved for NJ Home
* Special Note: Internet I is a home study course. All other classes are held at our offices in South Brunswick, or at prearranged job sites. Most classes can be held at your site for a modest fee increase. All classes are $95.00 per student unless other arrangements have been made, i.e. group discounts. All classes can be held at your site for a modest additional fee.
|Radon Topics I|
|Radon Topics II|
|Radon Mitigation I|
|Radon Mitigation II|
| Radon Topics for Testers and Mitigators - 5
| Internet I
test 1 (Slide Show #1)
test 2 (Slide Show #2)
test 3 (Slide Show #3)
* Special note: You need all three, plus you must advance register with the
|*Special Note for NJ Home Inspectors - All our classes are approved for 4 CEUs for your Home Inspection License as well as for your radon license.|
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Jack J. Laurie