The United States Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) recommends that radon levels above 4.0 pCi/L (picocuries or radon per liter of air) be reduced to below this
level. This reduction and even lower is achieved by the installation of ARMS, Inc. radon remediation systems. ARMS radon remediation
systems may include but are not limited to one or more of the following types of radon reduction methods:
Soil Depressurization *Drain Tile Depressurization *Sub-membrane Depressurization *Sump Pit Depressurization *Heat/Energy Recovery Ventilation *Passive Depressurization *Positive Pressurized Ventilation *Radon-Resistant
New Construction *Radon Sealants & Drain Traps All radon systems are installed according to the latest regulatory
guidelines. These standards have consisted of the Radon Mitigation Standards developed by the EPA in the past. The EPA currently
recognizes the American Society of Testing and Materials, E-06 Committee's development of E-2121 standards for the radon industry.
The radon industry is currently regulated by the governing organizations of the National Environmental Health Association
and The National Radon Safety Board who certify their members. The EPA, no longer lists nor has it ever certified anyone for
providing services for radon testing or remediation. The American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists is also
playing an active roll in the further development of standards for the radon industry.
Free telephone quotations
for these radon remediation systems are available upon request by calling: 1.269.207.5943. ARMS, Inc. radon
quotations includes the complete explanation of guarantees and warrantees. We will beat any Certified Radon Contractor's quote!
Active Soil Depressurization Systems
Sub Slab Depresurization System
aka: Active Soil Depressurization System
Active soil depressurization systems usually consists of a hole drilled through
the concrete slab in one or more locations with or without connections to other types of radon reduction methods. This
would depend on the construction characteristics of the building. Active soil depressurization could consist of crawl
space(s), different elevations of slabs within a basement or adjacent to a basement (such as a patio or garage), drain tile
on the interior or exterior footings of a building, cisterns, radon-resistant new construction- soil gas collecting material,
and or sump crocks. Active soil depressurization frequently uses drain tiles that either drain to daylight on the
walkout end of the basement or may drain into a sump crock that could be pumped out utilizing a sump pump or the sump crock
could also drain to daylight without the need for a sump pump. This type of active soil depressurization is often referred
to as drain tile depressurization.
Pipe exiting out the basement through rim joist.
3" PVC Pipe on Suction Side of Radon System
Radon Fan & Pipe Plugged-In to Outlet
Garage Installation w/ firestop couplings
Garage Radon Remediation System
Plugged Fan with Firestop Collar
Exterior Fan & Exhaust Stack
Exterior Radon Remediation System
Advanced Radiation Monitoring Service, Inc. (A.R.M.S.,Inc.), Mattawan, Michigan* Call 1.269.207.5943 *Quality Service