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Busting Common Myths About Radon Abatement and Testing

Busting Common Myths About Radon Abatement and Testing

Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that results from the natural dissociation of Uranium in the soil. The gas is highly carcinogenic, only second to cigarette smoking on the list of highest causative agents of lung cancer. Your home may function as a...
3 Factors that Influence Radon Abatement System Design

3 Factors that Influence Radon Abatement System Design

Using a sump pump is an effective way to mitigate radon and keep your home safe. The pressure under the foundation is greater than the pressure inside the house. Therefore, eliminating radioactive gas will require a process that cancels out the pressure difference....
Why You Should Test Your New Home For Radon Gas ASAP

Why You Should Test Your New Home For Radon Gas ASAP

If your home has a radon level of 4 pCi/l, you may be exposing your family to 35 times the Nuclear Regulatory Commission would allow. In fact, it’s akin to standing next to a radioactive waste site. Radon is a serious issue throughout the United States and must...
All about Drain Systems and Radon Mitigation

All about Drain Systems and Radon Mitigation

The objective of the radon mitigation process is to expel the harmful gas and prevent it from getting into your home. According to the American cancer association, radon is carcinogenic to humans. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer, which is further...
Potential Dangers of Radon Gas

Potential Dangers of Radon Gas

With everything happening in the world around us being shut down and turned upside-down due to Covid-19 infecting our globe, it’s easy to forget about an odorless, colorless gas that seeps from the soil beneath us into our homes and becomes dangerous for us....
A Friendly Reminder to Check Your Radon Levels

A Friendly Reminder to Check Your Radon Levels

As the weather outside gets warmer and warmer, it’s likely you’ve noticed the pain in your neck has loosened, your shoulders are relaxed, or your step is that much lighter. While it’s good to let your worries fade a bit and relax outside with your...
How Many Homes Have Elevated Radon Gas Levels?

How Many Homes Have Elevated Radon Gas Levels?

No one wants radon gas in their home. According to the American Lung Association, the presence of radon gas in the home is the highest preventable cause of lung cancer behind smoking cigarettes. This sinister indoor air pollutant cannot be detected by our senses...