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Solve Your Radon Problem Today

You think you have a radon problem, now what? The first thing you should do if you suspect a radon problem is to test your home. Your reading will tell you what your next steps should be.     Low Radon Level Although the EPA states that “no level of radon is safe”, technically radon readings… Read More

Radon Gas & Cigarettes: Kissing Cousins

Radon Gas & Cigarettes have a lot more in common than people think.  “I don’t smoke, I don’t have to worry about lung cancer.” It’s a phrase we hear all too often.  The truth is, cigarettes aren’t the only way to get lung cancer. In the United States, the leading cause of lung cancer in… Read More

Radon Test Failure: What Can You Do?

You’ve found the perfect house. It’s in your budget, it’s located exactly where you want, it hits everything on your check list, and it failed the radon test. Wait – failed the radon test? If your desired home fails the radon test, you should find another house, right? WRONG! Radon can be mitigated and should… Read More

How Does Radon Enter Homes?

“How does radon enter homes?” is one of the most common radon questions we hear. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas. It is produced by the breakdown of uranium within rock, soil & water. Since it is naturally occurring, it is only natural that radon enters homes. It is odorless, tasteless, & colorless. The… Read More

Radon Protection Steps

What Radon Protection steps are you taking? The EPA has a list of recommendations to help you on your radon protection mission: 1) Whether you are buying or selling a home, you should have it tested for radon. 2) If you are building a new home built, ask if radon-resistant construction features are an option. … Read More

Detect Radon in Your Home

Whether it’s entering a structure through the foundation or through the water supply, you can easily detect radon and monitor using two different testing methods. The most commonly used method is passive radon monitoring. Passive monitors are placed in an area of a structure for a set period of time and then sealed and sent… Read More

Radon Health Risks

Many people do not believe there are radon health risks. This is mostly because, like other environmental pollutants, there is some uncertainty about the magnitude of radon health risks. However, unlike other pollutants, we know more about radon health risks than most other cancer-causing substances. There have been studies done on cancers in humans (underground… Read More

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