Radon Fan & Radon Mitigation System Servicing
Northeast Ohio Radon Solutions services current Radon Remediation Systems. If your Radon Fan is making a griding noise, or you notice a decrease in pressure, give us a call as these are indications the system is need of servicing. If your fan loses power, verify the exterior switch is powered on, there was not a GFCI outlet that tripped or there is not a breaker that tripped. If all of these seems correct, give us a call or schedule online for servicing.
Cities we Service for Radon Mitigation Systems and Radon Fan Replacement:
Akron, Avon, Avon Lake, Barberton, Bath, Bay Village, Bedford, Berea, Brecksville, Broadview Heights, Brookpark, Brunswick, Canton, Chippewa Lake, Cleveland, Columbia Station, Cuyahoga Falls, Elyria, Fairlawn, Grafton, Hinckley, Homerville, Hudson, Independence, Lagrange, Lakewood, Litchfield, Lodi, Macedonia, Maple Heights, Medina, North Olmsted, North Ridgeville, North Royalton, Northfield, Oberlin, Olmsted Falls, Peninsula, Richfield, Rocky River, Seville, Sharon Center, Sheffield Lake, Spencer, Stow, Strongsville, Twinsburg, Valley City, Wadsworth, Wellington, Westfield Center, Westlake & Surrounding Areas.
Radon Fan and Radon Mitigation Servicing
Radon System Repair
Northeast Ohio Radon Solutions services all systems, even those that we did not install. Our highly trained technicians can perform fan replacement, repairs, re-caulking a sump cover, removal of a system for re-siding, or installing or activating a passive system.
Radon Fan Fact:
Most Radon Fans will last between 7 and 10 years. When Radon Gas Fans begin to show their age, they will begin to become louder and louder. When this happens, it is time to have your system inspected and serviced. Northeast Ohio Radon Solutions stocks many fans for all configurations.
Radon Fan Gauge:
There is a gauge on your system that measures suction. It is usually located near the main suction point and should be uneven. If the levels are even, the system is not properly function and should be serviced. Typically, this is caused by the current fan failing.