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Real Estate and Radon

You’ve spent weeks, perhaps even months, preparing your home to go on the market. You’ve done those updates you’ve put off for so long, made the obvious repairs & kept your home absurdly clean. You’ve packed up your family at a moments’ notice, milling about grocery stores, parks, & Target. Finally – an offer is… Read More

Radon Safety Information

Radon safety: You can’t see it, smell it or touch it. The #1 cause of lung cancer outside of smoking is a radioactive gas that everyone breathes in every day, usually at low levels, according to the National Cancer Institute. Radon gas is produced from a natural breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water…. Read More

Safe vs. Acceptable Level of Radon Exposure

We often get asked what is a safe and acceptable level of radon gas? The fact of the matter is that this is really two separate questions. The first being “what is a safe level?” and the second being “what is an acceptable level?” Answering the first question first is easiest. Simply put, a safe… Read More

Elevated Radon Levels

People often wonder if they should test for radon. It is one of the most common questions we hear. The simple answer is – YES! Since testing is the only way to know your home’s radon levels, no other answer makes sense. Radon exposure does not have immediate symptoms or implications that will alert you… Read More

Safe Level of Radon Vs Acceptable Levels

Since the EPA has declared that the action level for radon is 4.0pCi/L, a lot of people assume this is a safe level of radon. In reality, the only SAFE level of radon gas is to have no radon. It’s a carcinogen, one that causes lung cancer. The US EPA says “Any radon exposure has… Read More

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