Question 10: What should you do next?


Please give us a call for getting your home checked for Radon or get in touch with us to rent our easy to handle Radon-monitoring devices. Or just contact us for more informations and assistance:


Phone.: +49 (9123) 99820

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Web: www.radonprotection.eu







Question 9: You want to built a new house. What is important for Radon protection?


If you plan building a new house, you should not forget Radon protection. We do offer many capabilities to keep your new house uninterruptedly Radon-free.


These are Radon-barriers, drainages or heat recovery ventilation systems and first of all sub-slab soil suckers. The adequate method for your home is mainly governed by the construction technology, geological conditions, budget-capping and feasibility.

Radon-protection can be carried out much easier during construction of your new house than after occupation. We recommend to you to call for our Know-how in Radon-provision already during the planning stage and construction phase. This will help you to get the best taylored Radon-prevention.

Please advise your architect to contact us sufficiently in advance!



Question 7: Interpreting the monitoring results: What will the Radon concentrations tell you?


The lower the Radon concentrations in your home the lower your health risk. It is believed that any Radon exposure carries some risk. The best is to bring the Radon concentration level in your home down to the level in the outside air. The WHO recommends to take action if the average Radon concentration in your home exceeds 100 Bq/m3.

The Becquerel (symbol Bq) is the SI-derived unit of radioactivity. One Bq is defined as the activity of a quantity of radioactive material in which one nucleus decays per second. The Bq unit is therefore equivalent to an inverse second, s−1.



Question 8: How to reduce the indoor Radon concentrations in your home?


We offer reliable technical solutions to lower the indoor Radon concentrations in your home permanently. Those are:

  • Ventilations systems
  • Sealing techniques to caulk Radon channels
  • Barrier sheeting
  • Radon sump installations


The best way to reduce the Radon levels in your home, office, facility or in dwellings, blocks and flats is our Corroventa® Radon sucker or extraction system.


This easy to handle sub-slab soil ventilation system shows the following main features: approved and reliable, long-term stability, economic energy consumption, silent-running modus and easy to operate and to maintain: A real “peace of mind”-system!



Lowering the Radon level in your homes means to protect your health and that of your family!



Question 6: How can you detect the Radon concentration level in your home?


The only way to check your home for Radon is to carry out a Radon test, meaning measuring the Radon concentration in your home via test kits or monitoring devices.


Our measuring systems are not expensive and easy to install.


Knowing the radon concentrations in your home will help you to take the adequate action to protect yourself and your family from Radon.

Feel free to contact us for assistance!