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I purchased this almost 2 years ago. Good unit. Told me my basement had ~6+ pCi/L originally. Since we workout or just hang out down there occasionally, I'd rather mitigate the chance of Radon caused medical issues as much as possible. We then installed a Radon system, and now the unit reads ~0.5 pCi/L. I keep it right next to my sump pump since that's most likely the highest concentrated area of Radon over the whole basement.
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Great radon detector. Had it for a number of years and still working on the same set of batteries. I have a similar experience in levels detected as SlyG07 and same effect after mitigation...might even be .2pCi/L...either way its good to know the day to day variation.
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I purchased this almost 2 years ago. Good unit. Told me my basement had ~6+ pCi/L originally. Since we workout or just hang out down there occasionally, I'd rather mitigate the chance of Radon caused medical issues as much as possible. We then installed a Radon system, and now the unit reads ~0.5 pCi/L. I keep it right next to my sump pump since that's most likely the highest concentrated area of Radon over the whole basement.
What part of the country are you in?
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What part of the country are you in?
Mexico.
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I own the Wave (made by the same manufacturer) and if you live in an area with radon concerns, it's great to own. Radon varies a lot over time and the typical test only captures a short window. I can see different areas over time and it's useful information, especially since radon can be so dangerous
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Good deal, bought it 3 weeks a ago for 160$. The detector Showed in my basement 9. After installing mitigation system the value dropped to 0.30.
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I bought this the last time it was on sale and it measures about 6 most days so before we use the basement for workouts or TV time we'll prob get one of those abatement systems installed.
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Debating if I should just get the wave one since it also has wifi and a app?
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Ah I need to get a radon system. My house tested at like 25. They said anything over 4 was bad
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Ah I need to get a radon system. My house tested at like 25. They said anything over 4 was bad
Yes...get a mitigation system ASAP
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Good deal, bought it 3 weeks a ago for 160$. The detector Showed in my basement 9. After installing mitigation system the value dropped to 0.30.
Can you give me some info about the migration system you had installed? I am thinking about getting one as well. Thanks.
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This is a great deal. I got it at $135 a couple months ago and have been testing in multiple rooms / floors ever since. Turns out I'm below the recommended mitigation level everywhere except right near the sump pit (makes sense and lends credence to the relative accuracy of the unit.) Might have to seal it up and retest. The ability to take continuous measurements like this make this infinitely more valuable than the carbon canister tests that have to be mailed to a lab.
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A lot of reviews say the device is not very accurate. When it comes to radon I would recommend having a certified person to test it as they send in the units they use to be calibrated every year. A radon mitigation system costs about $800+ depending on size. I just had one installed and it cost $1400 because we have a crawl space that needed mitigation as well.
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