Provides homeowners and builders with a basic understanding of operating principles and installation details of radon-resistant new home construction. Includes: soil depressurization, mechanical barriers, site evaluation, planned ventilation, and much more. Illustrations. Also includes a report by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), qHome Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon.qIntroduction New construction offers the opportunity to plan and install mechanical equipment so that fresh outdoor air is ... 6.2 Interdependence of Mechanical Systems and Climate Traditionally, residential mechanical equipment has been treated ... are assumed to exhaust moisture, lint and cooking by-products, but to have no impact on the performance of chimneys. ... 6.3 Guidelines for Planning the Mechanical System Specific guidelines for planning mechanical systems so that theyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Radon Resistant Construction Techniques for New Residential Construction|
|Author||:||Mike Clarkin, Terry Brennan|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1991-01-01|