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Sue S.
Brevard, NC
November 20, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, tore out the old radon mitigation system and put in a new sub-slab radon mitigation system in for Sue. We drilled a hole into the slab all the way to the earth to create a suction pit. From the suction pit we installed 4" piping up and out to the exterior of Sue's home. Once the piping is outside it is connected to the radon fan. This radon fan works with the suction pit to draw out the radon gas from under the slab before it enters the living space of Sue's home. From the radon fan the pipe is then extended to over the roofline where the radon gas is expelled safely. We also installed a vacuum gauge called a Manometer. This will allow Sue to monitor the radon mitigation system. BRS Pros also did a 48 hour radon test after the new system was installed. This radon test came back at 2.0 pCi/L. It was such a pleasure to help Sue get her home ready to be sold and making it happy, healthy, and safe!

Colin W.
Anderson, SC
November 11, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, did a crawlspace repair with quite a bit of work for Colin. Here is what BRS Pros did...

1. Removed all of the old sub-floor insulation from the crawlspace. Then we replaced it with a Class A Fire Rated polyurethane closed cell spray foam insulation. It prevents air infiltration (unlike fiberglass insulation) and it insulates the wood band plate (rim joist) above the masonry foundation wall. Closed cell foam insulation (moisture and air will not penetrate this product) did fill and seal cracks, cavities, and joints. Fiberglass insulation will not perform to prevent air infiltration. This product application will reduce cold spots in the floor adjacent to the main level walls of Colin's home.

2. BRS Pros installed a Pro-Series Combo Package. This package includes 2 Pro-Series Pump Systems. One pump was to replace the existing pump in the right rear corner of the crawlspace and the other pump was installed in the left rear corner of the crawlspace. The system includes 1/3 HP cast iron primary pump with dual float cages. Included is a deluxe controller that monitors pump, power conditions and sounds an alarm when problems are detected. Additionally, the pump activates weekly to exercise and extends the pumps life.

3. BRS Pros encapsulated Colin's crawlspace with a few different materials. (1) Thermax rigid insulation. This was mechanically fastened to the foundation wall and the crawlspace door to insulate the perimeter exterior walls. (2) 9-mil white 100% woven reinforced liner was installed to the foundatin walls. (3) 15-mil premium walk on/store on white 100% woven reinforced liner. This liner was installed on the floor of Colin's crawlspace.

4. BRS Pros installed an Aprilaire 1820 Dehumidifier ontop of the now encapsulated crawlspace liner. This model will remove up to 70 pints of moisture per day! Also proudly made in the USA, this dehumidifier comes with a 5 year manufacturer's warrenty.

5. Lastly, BRS Pros installed a Hyrgometer Remote Humidity Sensor. This sensor wirelessly tells Colin (from the monitor placed in Colin's home) the temperature and humidity from the reciever in the crawlspace. 

It was such a pleasure to help Colin make his home happy, healthy, and safe!

Tony P.
Hendersonville, NC
November 9, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, offered a foundation crack repair solution. This included installing carbon fiber/kevlar Fortress Straps in a corner grid system. The straps were placed on the rear facing interior corner of the foundation wall, per engineer’s design. Each carbon grid extends approximately 2-3 feet from the corner and is 16" on center between straps on the foundation wall. Carbon Fiber/Kevlar straps carry a limited lifetime transferable warranty provided by the manufacturer Fortress. It was a pleasure helping make Tony's home safe, happy, and healthy. 

Jason & Cecilia H.
Hendersonville, NC
November 9, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, installed a Sub-Slab Radon Mitigation System to Jason & Cecilia's basement. This mitigation system was installed to get rid of the radon gas from underneath the slab of the basement before in enters the living spaces of their home. We installed this by first drilling a hole to create a suction pit in the slab of the basement down to the earth. Then from that suction pit BRS Pros attached the piping up and out to the exterior of the home and out past the roofline. The radon fan was then installed in the pipework. After the radon mitigation system was installed, we did a radon test that came back at 1.4 pCi/L! It was a pleasure helping Jason & Cecilia make their new home happy, healthy, and safe!

Steve P.
Hendersonville, NC
November 3, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, did a radon fan replacement with a R1.22 Radon Fan which comes with a 5 year manufacturers warrenty. BRS Pros also did a 48 hour Radon test after the new fan was replaced that came back at 0.3pCi/L, which is awesome! It was such a pleasure to help Steve make his home happy, healthy, and safe for a new family!

Josh P.
Hendersonville, NC
November 3, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, finished out Josh's passive radon mitigation system. This included adding piping and a radon fan. The piping was exended so that the radon would be vented safely above the roof line. In this new exterior piping a radon fan was installed. This fan comes with a 5 year manufacturer's warranty. Now Josh has an active radon mititgation system. It was a pleasure to help Josh make his home happy, healthy, and safe!

William M.
Etowah, NC
November 3, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, helped William encapsulate/waterproof his crawlspace by doing a few things... 

1. We installed corrigated piping to make the crawlspace RADON READY. This will help William with any future elevated radon gas problems.

2. We installed Thermal Shield 90-mil liner to the walls of the crawlspace. The 90-mil liner is metal foil faced and reflective with a plastic moisture barrier. This allows the 90-mil liner to reflect the natural occuring heat generated in the crawlspace for a much warmer space. It's also Class A Fire Rated with a zero perm rate.

3. We installed a 15-mil premium walk on/store on ready, white 100% woven reinforced liner to the flooring of the crawlspace (on top of the RADON READY Piping). This 15-mil premium liner will control the moisture and dampness on the floor of the crawlspace. It is also antibacterial, this means mold and other organic growth will not grow on the liner.

4.We installed an Aprilaire 1820 Dehumidifer in the crawlspace on poly lift piers to promote circulation and prevent metal corrosion. This dehumidifer will remove up to 70 pints of moisture per day! Proudly made in the U.S.A and it comes with a 5 year manufacture's warrenty.

5. Lastly, we installed a Hygrometer Remote Humidity Sensor. This will allow William to keep an eye on his crawlspace's humidity and temperature. 

It was such a pleasure helping make William's home happy, healthy, and safe!

 

William let us a 5 Star Google Rating. You can view it here: Google 5 Star Review

Bart T.
Pisgah Forest, NC
November 3, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, installed a Sub-Slab Radon Mitigation System for Bart. The reason for this sub-slab radon mitigation system is it draw out the radon from under the slab before it reaches any living areas of Bart's home. We started by drilling a hole into the slab down to the earth to create a suction pit. Then from the suction pit the pipe was then lead up and out to the exterior of the home. Connected to the pipe on the exterior of the home is the radon fan. The radon fans job is to draw out the radon gas from the suction pit. From the radon fan that pipe was then extended to above the roofline of the home, where the radon gas was expelled safely. Also a Manometer (a vacuum gauge) was installed for easy viewing so that Bart can make sure the radon mitigation system is still working. After the radon mitigation system was installed BRS Pros did a 48 hour radon test. This test came back at 1.1 pCi/L!  It was a pleasure to help Bart make his new home happy, healthy, and safe!

Terrance S.
Hendersonville, NC
November 2, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, went in and waterproofed Terrance's crawl space. We did that by first installing a 9-mil white 100% wover reinforced liner. Under the liner we put a radon piping system for any future radon testings that are elevated. Secondly, BRS Pros installed an Aprilaire 1820 Dehumidifier that removes up to 70 pints of moisture per day! Thirdly, we installed a Hygrometer Humidity Sensor. This sensor is to help Terrance keep track of how his crawlspace is doing from the inside of his home. The Hygrometer tells Terrance the tempeture and relative humidity in his crawlspace. It was such a pleasure helping Terrance make his new home happy, healthy, and safe!

Lucy & Richard D.
Hendersonville, NC
October 28, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, installed a new Radon Fan for Lucy & Richard. We installed a HP2190 Radon Fan R2, which comes with a 5 year hassle free replacement warranty. It was our pleasure to help make Lucy & Richard's home safe, happy, and healthy.

Jim L.
Forest City, NC
October 28, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, intalled a crawlspace radon mitigation system. The goal of this system is to migitate the radon in the crawlspace before it enters the living area of the home. This system included us insalling a 4" radon depressurization suction line in the crawlspace. Then a 9-mil white 100% wover reinforced liner was installed over the suction line to cover the crawlspace floor and be mechanically fastened to the foundation walls. The suction line will extend to the right front exterior of the home. Then the radon fan was installed in this piping on the right front exterior of the home. The radon fan vent pipe from the fan was extend to just above the roof line to expel the radon gas. By doing this we got Jim's radon gas level down to 1.1pCi/L! It was a pleasure helping Jim make his home safe, happy, and healthy!

Judy V.
Brevard, NC
October 26, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, installed a Sub-Slab Radon Mitigation System with both a floor suction point and a wall depressurization point. We installed this system to draw out any radon gas that is underneath the slab before it goes inside Judy's home. We installed the radon vent pipe through an interior closet (instead of having it run along the exterior of his home). The radon fan that connects the radon suction line and the radon vent pipe comes with a 5 year manufacturer's warranty. (Radon fans have an average life span of 8-10 years and should be monitored via the manometer). The manometer is an instrument for measuring low-range positive, negative, and differential air and gas pressure. It's installed on the radon vent pipe. Judy will be able to monitor this gauge to insure the radon fan is working. It was a pleasure helping Judy make her home happy, healthy, and safe!

Bruce T.
Brevard, NC
October 26, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, installed a radon sub-slab mitigation system. The goal of this system is to remove the radon beneath the slab before it enters the living area of the home. A  5" diameter hole was drilled through the concrete slab to the earth below and a suction pit was created. A 4" schedule 40 PVC suction line was installed in the slab, sealed and then extend to the left exterior of the home. The radon fan was mounted on the rear exterior, then the radon vent pipe was extend above the roof. The manometer gauge (homeowner radon fan monitoring vacuum gauge) then was installed on the suction line pipe in the garage for easy viewing. We then did a post radon test and brought Bruce's radon levels down by 20.7pCi/L! It was a pleasure to help Bruce make his new home happy, healthy, and safe!

Pro Guard Property Services
Clyde, NC
October 21, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, helped Pro Guard by firstly installing a Sub-Slab Radon Mitigation System. This system is used to remove the radon gas from under the slab, through the suction point in the slab and out through the vent pipe. The suction point is located in the interior basement. The vent pipe then will be located on the exterior of the home and run up past the roofline to expel the radon gas safely. Secondly, we installed a Fast Drain Perimeter System. This drain is installed on the right side and rear walls of the basement for quick drainage to the Pro-Series Sump Pump to keep the basement dry. After all of that we conducted the post radon test and it came back at 0.8 pCi/L, which is great! It was a pleasure to help make Pro Guard Property Services clients home happy, healthy, and safe!

Jerry L.
Fletcher, NC
October 21, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, did a concrete lift and level. We injected polyurethane foam into 5/8" holes that were drilled in the concrete slabs. The Polyurethane cured in 15 minutes and then the holes were patched. Polyurethane is super light weight and is environmentally friendly! It was a pleasure helping make Jerry's sidewalk happy, healthy, and safe!

Tom Z.
Flat Rock, NC
October 21, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, lifted 6 sections of the sidewalk for the HOA in Tom's community. We lifted these concrete sections by drilling holes in the affected areas of the concrete slabs, in a regular pattern and spacing to allow for even pumping of concrete raising material underneath. Then with the holes in the slab, polyurethane foam was pumped in with the use of a high-pressure injection gun. The material instantaneously expands and filled the voi underneath the slab and in the soil, raising the concrete to it's original level. This material also helps stabilize the soil underneath by filling in the gaps and compressing loose areas. Polyurethane typically cures in 15 minutes after injection allowing the areas to be fully available/useable in minutes instead of days. After the polyurethane cured we filled in the holes. The poly foams we use are environmentally friendly, consisting of 39-49% renewable and recycled materials that are made in the USA. Our green polyurethane Biobased materials are not only good for the environment, but actually enhance the foam properties. It was a pleasure to help Tom and the HOA to make their commuinty happy, healthy, and safe!

Pro Guard Property Services
Maggie Valley, NC
October 20, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, did this by intalling a Sub-Slab Exterior Radon Mitigation System. This sysem will suck the radon gas from the slab under the basement before it reaches the home. We started by drilling a 5" diameter hole through the concrete slab to the earth below where the suction pit was created. A 4" schedule 40 PVC suction line was installed in the slab, then sealed and will extend to the left exterior of the home. The radon fan was mounted on the left exterior, and the radon vent pipe was extend above the roof line to safely get rid of the radon gas. We also installed a manometer gauge (homeowner radon fan monitoring vacuum gauge) so the tenant can make sure the system is still working. By installing the mitigation system we brought the radon down to 0.8pCi/L! It was a pleasure to help Pro Guard Property Services to make this home happy, healthy, and safe!

Steve R.
Hendersonville, NC
October 20, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, finished the piping and installed a HP 220 radon fan to Steve's partially finished passive radon system. The reason for this is because a passive system has no suction to get rid of the radon gas. The new radon fan will create the negative pressure required to remove the radon gas before it enters the home. We also conducted a 48 hour radon test after the radon fan was installed. The radon test came back at 3.4pCi/L which is a great improvement! It was such a pleasure helping Steve make his home happy, healthy, and safe!

Joy & Brian O.
Etowah, NC
October 20, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, did quite a bit of work for Joy & Brian and it went like this...

1. Cleaning- We pulled down all of the old insulation in the crawlspace. Then we cleaned the sub-floor for wood deaying fungi and organic growth. After that we fogged the crawlspace with an EPA registered fungicide, cleaner, and deodorizer. Which kills 99.9% of mold spores and will inhibit the growth of mold and mildew. After the cleaning is all done we installed all new insulation.

2. Hydra-Channel- We dug a trench adjacent to the foundation footer along the full interior perimeter walls and installed the Hydra-Channnel drainage system. The Hyrda-Channel is engineered fusion of welded high strength polyethylene. This water system will remove storm water up to 70% faster than a pipe and stone system. 

3. Waterproofing- We installed a Premium 15-mil walk on/store on liner. This liner is white, 100% woven reinforced, and antibacterial. This liner will not let mold or mildew grow on it. This liner was installed to the walls, floors, and pilers of the crawlspace. 

4. Dehumidifier- We installed an Aprilaire 1850 Dehumidifier in the now encapsulated crawlspace. This model removes up to 95 pints of moisture per day! And helps keep Joy & Brian's crawlspace nice and dry.

5. Hyrgometer- We installed a Hygrometer Remote Humidity Sensor in the crawlspace. This Hygrometer is wireless and makes it super easy to keep an eye on your crawlspace. It tells Joy & Brian the temperatue and humidity of their crawlspace.

It was a pleasure helping Joy & Brian make their home happy, healthy, and safe!

Joseph H.
Leicester, NC
October 19, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, installed 10 8' Fortress Straps to fix his foundation. These straps are made of carbon fiber/kevlar. The top bracket is secured/bolted to the rim joist. Then the steel dual leg bottom anchor was drilled and epoxied to the floor to prevent wall shear making it 125 times stiffer than the competition. After that the high strength epoxy was applied to the wall and straps to create a lifetime of structure warranty where it was installed. These straps may be painted in the future for aesthetic purposes. It was a pleasure helping Joseph make his home happy, healthy, and safe!

Connie J.
Asheville, NC
October 16, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, did quite a bit of work at the main house and it went like this...

1. We removed all of the insulation from the crawlspace and did a organic growth remediation. With this remediation we start by cleaning the crawl space sub-floor for wood decaying fungi and organic growth. Then we fogged the entire space with an EPA registered fungicide, cleaner, and deodorizer. Which kills 99.9% of mold spores and will inhibit the growth of mold and mildew. After the crawlspace was clean w then installed new insulation. 

2. Radon Ready! We installed a 4" corrigated pipe for any future radon issues for this main home. It is now ready for a radon system if needed later on.

3. Encapsulating the crawlspace. We installed 9-mil white 100% woven reinforced liner to the floors, pilers and walls of the crawl space. And then sealed the foundation vents completely with 2" rigid foil faced insulation from the interior. This will prevent further moisture and exterior air from entering the crawlspace. 

4. Installed an Aprilaire 1820 Dehumidifier in the now encapsulated crawl space. This dehumidifier removes up to 70 pints per day and has a 5 year manufacture's warrenty. The dehumidifer will help keep the crawl space nice and dry!

5. Lastly, we put in a Hygrometer Sensor. This remote sensor will help Connie keep an eye on the temperature and humidity of the crawl space from a monitor mounted inside the home.

It was a real pleasure helping Connie make all 3 of her homes happy, healthy, and safe!

 

BRS Pros also did the work of the two other homes on Connie's property. 

Connie gave us a 5 Star Google Review on the work we did for her. See Connie's Review here: https://goo.gl/maps/z42r1N3RNmqSvBEn9 

Dan & Charlene C.
Fletcher, NC
October 15, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, went in and installed our 9-mil white 100% woven reinforced liner on the floor, pilers and walls to help waterproof the crawlspace. Under the liner we layed a radon piping system, which Dan & Charlene could use if in the future they have elevated radon gas.  Then we also installed an Aprilaire 1820 Dehumidifier in the crawlspace. This dehumidifier removes up to 70 pints of moisture per dayy and it comes with a 5 year manufacturer's warrenty. Lastly, we set Dan & Charlene up with a Hygrometer Humidity Sensor. This sensor is to help see the tempature and humidity of the crawlspace from a monitor that is placed inside the home for easy viewing. It was a pleasure to help make Dan & Charlene's home happy, healthy, and safe!

Dee A.
Weaverville, NC
October 15, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, went over to Dee's home for an annual service call on Dee's dehumidifier and found out it was no longer working. We ended up replacing the old dehumidifer with an Aprilaire 1850 Dehumidifier, this model can remove up to 95 pint of moisture per day! Then we added a new condensate pump to help with drainage and extened the drainage pipe for the dehumidifier. We also did a little bit of repair to the vapor barrier that was ripped. Lastly, we added a Hygrometer remote humidity sensor. This sensor is to help Dee keep an eye on the crawl space's humidity and temperature. It was a pleasure helping Dee make her home happy, safe, and healthy again!

Miles & Glenda A.
Lake Lure, NC
October 14, 2020

Basement & Radon Solutions, BRS Pros, installed a dual radon system that connected both the crawlspace and the slab the home sat on. The goal of this system is to remove the radon gas from the crawlspace and underneath the slab before it enters the living area of the home. In the crawlspace a radon piping system was installed bellow the ground liner/vapor barrier. In a closet in the garage a 5" diameter hole was drilled through the concrete slab to the earth below and a suction pit was created. A suction line is then conected and sealed to the suction pit and extended and connected to the crawlspace. The suction line/vent pipe is then be extended into the garage attic and through the roof of the home. The radon fan is mounted in the attic of the home. The manometer gauge (the monitor gauge for the homeowner) was installed on the suction line pipe in the gagarge for easy viewing. A post-mitigation radon test showed that the radon level was brought down to 1.5 pCi/L! It was a pleasure making Miles & Glenda's home happy, healthy, and safe!

Kevin E.
Etowah, NC
October 8, 2020

BRS Pros, Basement & Radon Solutions, was able to provide a crawlspace repair service for Kevin. We were able to do our three part mold clean service. This process included... 1. Removing the old contaminated sub-floor insulation and moisture barrier. 2. Cleaning the sub-floor and rim joists. 3. Fogging the crawlspace with an EPA registered fungicide that kills 99.9% of mold spores and will inhibit the growth of mold and mildew. After the crawlspace was cleaned a water control system was added. A clean trench was dug along the four interior perimeter foundation walls and a Hydra-Channel drainage system was installed. This water drainage system is proven to remove storm water up to 70% faster than a pipe and stone system. The drainage system connects to a Pro-Series Sump Pump located in the left front corner of the crawlspace. After the drainage system was installed new installation was installed and the crawlspace was encapsulated with 9-mill white reinforced liner. It was also made RADON READY by placing a radon suction line underneath the liner. An Aprilaire 1820 commercial grade Dehumidifier was also installed. It was our pleasure to help get Kevin's new home happy & healthy. We wish him much happiness in his new house.

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