We have stories on the blend this morning with sis Diana cotton, director of marketing and media for smart environmental radon and mitigation. We also have Mike Carroll, who’s a certified radon mitigation technician. Welcome back to the blend Diana. You’ve been here before and told us a bit of radon, but I want you to remind viewers what raid on it. Yeah, so radon is a naturally occurring carcinogenic gasp. It’s the number two cause of lung cancer, second only to smoking. And it’s a breakdown of your radium in rock and soil in the ground creeps into homes through the foundation. How do we know if we have it, and that would be by testing a simple DIY test? You can purchase that flash right on or go to 911 right on.com to get a simple DIY test there. And like this is probably where you come in because once we do that test and we find that yes indeed there is radon what happens that you’ll have a radon mitigation system installed, we brought a video that will show you what a system looks like being installed. Let’s take a look. In this video, we’re showing you how to put a standard system into a sump pump. The first step will be to drill a pilot hole through to the outside to locate the system. Once our pipe and our electrical are run through into the inside of the house, we will make a lid for the subcover. We anchor the clamps to the wall and anchor our pipe to the wall after gluing it into the 90-degree fitting that was first placed on. Once our pipe is down to the appropriate level, we will run it into the sump pump. Now starting on the outside, we will cut the pipe approximately six inches away from the wall to allow a bigger fan if necessary. On this system, a standard fan is all that is needed for pulling from a self crop. Now that the pipe is cut, we will put a 90-degree fitting and rubber coupling and then our fans. Now we are going to start running the pipe vertically on the home. We will cut the pipe to an appropriate length to make sure that we are at least 18 to 20 inches above the roof once. We have the pipe run to the appropriate height, and we will clamp the pipe to the house. We will take the customer downstairs and show them the gauge that we have placed on the pipe. The gauge is significant because it shows that we are pulling a vacuum. A fan has stopped running if the two blue fluid lines on the gauge are equal to zero. The only maintenance that is required for this system is checking this team. Now that our technician has explained everything on the system as far as maintenance and testing goes, the system is complete. This could save lives. It’s so important to get that if they’d like to get that work, and they do that again so they can call one eight hundred no right on. Alright, thank you so much, guys.