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Dangers Of Radon Gas: How To Protect Your Home

Dangers Of Radon Gas: How To Protect Your Home

Radon gas is a serious problem regardless of what geographic area you live in, how old your home is, or how often you test for other gases. Radon gas is caused by the breakdown of uranium in the earth. It travels up through the ground in the soil, rocks, and water,...
How To Make Your Home Safe From Radon Gas

How To Make Your Home Safe From Radon Gas

Aside from smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, do you know what else needs to be detected in your home? Radon gas is a serious problem as it can cause health problems for inhabitants of homes plagued by it, including lung cancer. Read on for more information...
3 Steps to Protecting Your Home From Radon

3 Steps to Protecting Your Home From Radon

There is nothing more frightening than invisible hazards that can infiltrate your home and endanger its inhabitants. And there are few hazards more dangerous and insidious than the colorless and odorless radon gas. Radon causes more than 20,000 deaths from lung cancer...
How to Get a Sump Pump Installed

How to Get a Sump Pump Installed

Radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S., according to the Surgeon General. You can’t see it or smell it, so it’s impossible to tell if it’s present in your home without the proper testing. If you’ve tested your home and...
How to Do Away With Radon in Your Home

How to Do Away With Radon in Your Home

Radon gas in your home is something you should take seriously. It scentless and invisible, but it is still dangerous. This gas can lead to cancer and be fatal if you are exposed to it for a long period of time. However, there is no need to panic. There are simple...
How to Get Rid of Radon Gas

How to Get Rid of Radon Gas

Radon gas is a radioactive gas which occurs naturally. It is inert, odorless, and colorless and therefore it cannot be traced by your senses. This gas can cause lung cancer; in fact, it is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. The EPA...
Sump Pump Systems and Radon Gas: What You Need to Know

Sump Pump Systems and Radon Gas: What You Need to Know

The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that as many as 1 in 15 U.S. households could have hazardous levels of radon gas. And much of that radioactive natural gas is finding its way into homes via basement sump pumps. What Are Sump Pumps? Sump pumps are used in...
Surgeon General’s Warning – Radon Causes Cancer

Surgeon General’s Warning – Radon Causes Cancer

Colorado’s Department of Public Health and Environment states that every state finds high levels of Radon in their borders somewhere. Roughly half of all houses in Colorado are at risk of higher than recommended levels as suggested by the Environmental Protection...
Understanding and Improving Radon Exposure

Understanding and Improving Radon Exposure

What is Radon Gas? Radon is a highly dangerous radioactive gas that forms from the decay of uranium found in igneous rock and soil. It is a naturally occurring element discovered in 1899 that is invisible, tasteless, and odorless. Radon is considered a noble gas that...