You spend 65% of your life indoors.
Is something in that air making you sick?
Radon? Carbon monoxide?
Make sure your indoor air is clean!
Chemical smoke is an important part of radon diagnostic procedures. Smoke is used to determine air pressure field extension and flow rate of a mitigation fan.
Smoke can also check for leaks in the floor and walls after a mitigation system is operating. And never to be over looked is using smoke to test for back drafting of combustion appliances. Back drafting is often a contributing factor of high carbon monoxide levels in homes.
20 Pack of Splintax Smoke matches provide 20 to 25 seconds of cool white smoke, they are non-toxic smoke emitters. These smoke matches provide a quick and inexpensive method of generating a small burst of smoke.
Val helped greatly to design my french drain based system. He answered questions timely and expertly. It was only 2 hours from the time I placed my order to the time I got a tracking order number! Great service!
I applaud your business model. By actually offering something of value in good faith instead of stringing the mark along for the next tidbit, paying all the way, you build trust even with people you've never met.
Thanks so much Val for this site! My radon level went from 14 pCi/L to less than 0.5 ("undetectable"). You provided all the information I needed to install a radon abatement system myself. It was nice to be able to order everything from one location.
Awesome site - huge savings and great customers service for DIYers! I am happy to report that radon meter is now reading 1.5pCi/l a 38.5pCi/l reduction after 24hrs. Super happy with the level of customer service, the price and the quality of all the components! I highly recommend this company!
Radon Mitigation Tech
Radon is a radioactive gas and the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. You can't see it or smell it, but it's in your home right now!
Healthy Air Solutions provides the materials you need to test your home for radon and to install a radon mitigation system.
For more information on radon and how to design a radon mitigation system see our content site at www.indoor-air-health-advisor.com/radon-mitigation.html