Asked by: Marion Goth
asked in category: General Last Updated: 20th January, 2020

Can I replace a radon fan myself?

In most cases, pros charge about $1,500 to install a radon mitigation system, but you can do it yourself for only about $500 in materials. So if you're fairly handy and have some carpentry, plumbing and electrical skills, you can install your own system in a weekend and save yourself a thousand bucks!

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Moreover, can I replace my radon fan?

When you need to replace your radon mitigation fan it is advisable to replace it with one having at least the same flow and static pressure capability. Radon Protection Systems Inc. can replace the old fan with a new one.

Furthermore, how much does it cost to install a radon fan? The radon fans are guaranteed by manufacturers for 3 – 5 years. Their replacement cost, including installation, is usually $300 to $600. Homeowners are aware that the fan must run continuously 24/7, year after year. The typical estimate of the electricity cost is $150 per year.

Just so, how long do radon fans last?

The manufacturer warrants their fan for five years from the date of installation. National average is 11 years. However, we have replaced fans that have been in operation for nearly 20 years.

What size radon fan do I need?

It is ideal for both new construction and retrofit radon systems with a slab or membrane size of up to 2500 sq. ft. This fan is designed for moderate to good air flow, working most effectively with sub slab or sub-material conditions ranging from about 4 in.

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