A typical radon system takes one full day to install. The process for setting up and installing such a system is outlined below:
1) After discovering high radon levels in their home, the customer contacts Rand's Perk and provides details related to the house specifications (e.g. How many stories tall is the house?  Is the basement finished?).  For a typical home Rand's Perk does not need to inspect the house prior to providing a quote, although under certain conditions a no-cost inspection may be required. Typically the price quote is provided immediatly over the phone, although an in-writing quote will be provided, upon request.
2) A special sealant is used to close all of the cracks and gaps that are present in the basement floor. Closing these gaps ensures the system will properly remove the gas from below the basement floor before it enters the living space.
3) A small hole is drilled in both the concrete
flooring and in the side of the house in a discrete
location.  These holes are large enough to
accomodate a 4" pipe, which expunges the radon
gas from the building.
4) The piping is installed with an in-line fan that is specifically designed to draw the air from below the basement floor, to out of the house and away from the living space.  This fan runs continuously, but is energy-efficient in that it draws about the same amount of energy as a 100W light bulb.
5) The house will be re-tested using a certified radon mitigation tester at no cost to you.  The radon levels in your house are guaranteed to be reduced to less than 4.0 pCi/L or we will fix it at no additional charge.
The Radon Certification Act requires that anyone who provides any radon-related service or product to the general public must be certified by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. You are entitled to evidence of certification from any person who provides such services or products. You are also entitled to a price list for services or products offered. All radon measurement data will be sent to the Departement as required in the Act and will be kept confidential. If you have any questions, comments, or complaints, concering persons who provide radon-related services, please contact the Department at the Burear of Radiation Protection, Department of Environmental Protection, P.O. Box #8469, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8469, (717) 783-3594 or (800) 237-2366.