Our Water Treatment services
Healthy water starts with a good water treatment system. Advanced Radon Mitigation & Water Treatment is here to help you install anything from a small, “Point of Use” drinking water system, for spring-like water at your tap, to a larger “Point of Entry” system to provide clean, clear water for your entire home.
Do you really know what's in your water?
Radon & Water
Due to the abundance of Radium deposits within the New Hampshire soil, the question is not is there radon in the water, but is there enough radon in your well water to cause concern?
Radon is “Aquaphobic.” It would rather be in the air then in the water. When you turn on the faucet, the pressurized water that flows out from the faucet is now reduced to atmospheric pressure, and the gas is released into the air- similar to what happens to the “fizz” in a bottle of soda when it is opened for the first time.
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The Bubble Up "Interactive" System
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VH 200-F10 UV System
VH410-F20 UV System
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Identify The source
Because your water can be a source for high radon levels in the air, it make sense to identify whether the radon is coming from a soil gas entry source, under the foundation, or, if it is using the water as a conduit and “off-gassing” into the air when a faucet is turned on in the house. A radon mitigation specialist from Advanced Radon Mitigation and Water Treatment has the experience to help determine from where the radon gas originates, and then recommend the proper system to correctly treat the issue.
Your Radon Air & Water samples will be submitted to an independent lab for an impartial determination on how high the radon levels are, and where they are the highest. If the upper living areas show higher radon levels than the basement, it’s quite possible that a radon in water aeration system will be required to lower the radon down below the recommended level. If the test levels are found to be higher in the basement, then chances are the source is from soil-gas entry originating under the basement floor or close to the foundation footprint. In that case, it’s possible that a radon in air ventilation system is all that may be needed.
Our team of skilled technicians will work with you during the entire process to create a system that protects you, and is aesthetically pleasing. To begin the process please schedule an appointment with us today.