Are you concerned about the aesthetic look of your Radon Mitigation System?
The ideal installation of a Radon Mitigation System makes use of an attached garage where the vent pipe and reduction blower are hidden from view outside the home. If the home does not have an attached garage, one option is to route the vent pipe from the basement, up through an interior closet, and into the attic where the reduction blower is installed. The most economical option is to route the vent pipe directly through the basement wall to the outside of the home and up along the exterior of the home – certainly a workable option if it won’t affect the home’s aesthetics.
The picture here is from a recent job completed by Wisconsin Radon Services where we tried to make use of the homes landscaping to provide a bit of concealment for the system. As you can see the finished mitigation project looks great and we paid extra attention to maintain the 2′ above openings within 10′ EPA guideline.