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Sub-slab depressurization is the most common and usually the most reliable radon mitigation method.
      In houses that have a basement or a slab-on-grade foundation, radon is usually reduced by one of four types of active soil depressurization: sub-slab depressurization, drain tile depressurization, sump hole depressurization, or block wall depressurization.
      Sub-slab depressurization is the most common and usually the best method for reducing radon. In this system, one or more suction pipes pass through the slab into the crushed rock or soil underneath. The pipes also may be put below the concrete slab from outside the house. A radon vent fan connected to the suction pipe draws the radon gas from below the house and releases it into the outdoor air.
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