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Protect Your Family During the Holidays

With the holidays upon us, family is definitely on our minds. What are some ways you can protect your family, now and throughout the year? Millions of families throughout the United States have radon levels higher than the EPA action level of 4.0 pCi/L. Since radon is a tasteless, odorless, invisible gas, the only way… Read More

Radon Resolution

January is National Radon Action Month. The EPA has designated January to be National Radon Action Month to help reduce your family’s risk of lung cancer. In partnership with the EPA, we have created a Radon Resolution. This Radon Resolution contains four simple things your family can do to help reduce your risk of lung… Read More

Radon Questions Answered

Radon Question #1 What is radon? Radon gas is a radioactive gas. It is released from the decay of uranium in rocks & soil. Radon is an invisible, odorless, tasteless gas that seeps up through the ground & permeates the air. Radon Question #2 How am I exposed to radon? Radon gas is present in… Read More

7 Ways Radon Enters Your Home

Even though it is naturally occurring, many people do not realize how radon enters their homes. It comes from the ground & moves up into the air. This radon infused air enters into you home, where it becomes trapped & can pose a danger to your family. Here are 7 ways that radon enters into… Read More

3 Reasons to Hire a Radon Mitigation Professional

With all of the YouTube & Google tutorials, it’s pretty easy to jump on the do-it-yourself bandwagon. There is nothing worse though, than getting neck deep into a project and realizing you are drowning. There are some things that are better left to the professionals, including installing a radon mitigation system. Hiring a Radon Mitigation… Read More

The Home Danger of Radon Exposure

When people are asked about home dangers, things like asbestos & lead based paint often come to mind. Very rarely is radon exposure considered a household danger by homeowners. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas. It comes from the environment-the breakdown of uranium in rock & soil. Long-term, high level exposure to radon can… Read More

Radon Exposure: The Real Monster Under the Bed

As we’ve stated several times, radon is an odorless, tasteless gas. It cannot be seen or touched. Even though it occurs naturally from the breakdown of uranium in rock & soil, it is a carcinogen. Long term radon exposure can lead to lung cancer. There are over 21,000 lung cancer deaths in the US that… Read More

Radon Testing: Short-Term Versus Long-Term

Though radon can’t be seen, smelled or touched, it is not difficult to find out if radon is a problem in your home. All you have to do is have your home tested for radon. there are two types of radon tests: a short-term & a long-term test. All radon testing, whether short- or long-term,… Read More

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