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How To Keep Your Family Safe from Radon Poisoning

How To Keep Your Family Safe from Radon Poisoning

The National Cancer Institute published an article in mid-2019 stating that overall mortality rates from cancer are drastically dropping across the United States. This is most likely due to improved treatment methods and being able to catch cancer earlier than in the...
3 Simple Steps For Protecting Your Home From Radon Gas

3 Simple Steps For Protecting Your Home From Radon Gas

You expect your home to be the safest place you and your family can be. You can set up a security system and put in a number of security measures in your home, however there’s one threat that can sneak by everything. That threat is radon gas. Radon gas is...
What You Should Know About Radon Testing and Mitigation

What You Should Know About Radon Testing and Mitigation

It is estimated that about 20,000 people die every year in the U.S. due to radon-related lung cancer. According to the surgeon general, radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in America. Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that’s produced when...
Main Methods Used In Radon Mitigation

Main Methods Used In Radon Mitigation

Radon is a dangerous radioactive gas that occurs naturally in small quantities. As an intermediate byproduct in the normal radioactive decay chains, it is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas. However, its effects on humans are dangerous. Therefore, it is vital to...
Overview of Sump Pump Terminology

Overview of Sump Pump Terminology

Most people have heard of a sump pump, but many are unfamiliar with what a sump pump is or why it is needed. Broadly speaking, a sump pump system is designed to collect water that would otherwise leak into the basement of a home and pump it away from the house....
How to Secure Your Home from Radon Gas In Colorado

How to Secure Your Home from Radon Gas In Colorado

Denver, Colorado is home to an easy-going crowd of ambitious, health-conscious residents. Despite all this, a silent, dangerous gas known as radon gas exists in many homes without the occupants ever knowing. When inhaled over long periods, it can cause lung cancer or...
Dangers of Radon Gas: What You Should Know

Dangers of Radon Gas: What You Should Know

According to the Surgeon General, radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, after smoking. You can’t smell it, see it, or touch it, but it can be very dangerous if it’s found in your home. What is Radon? Radon is a radioactive gas that is...