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The Dangers of Radon and the Importance of Radon Testing

Radon gas is extremely dangerous and can lead to fatal diseases. According to the Surgeon General, radon is now the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Because of the immediate threat this radioactive gas poses to people, radon testing and radon...

Radon in Colorado Schools: What Every Parent Should Know

While the EPA doesn’t require schools to undergo radon testing and inspection, and most states do not find it necessary either, the radon levels in Colorado are high enough to warrant such a precaution. The Consumer Protection Division of the Colorado Department...

Radon Abatement and Mitigation Techniques, Explained

Radon is a dangerous chemical element that produces a colorless, tasteless, radioactive gas. When ingested, it can be extremely dangerous and is the second leading cause of lung cancer nationwide. This gas is formed when chemicals in rocks and soil around your home...

3 Reasons Radon is More Dangerous in the Wintertime

Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is a byproduct of decaying radium. Found in the soil, radon is often a forgotten toxin. It’s a colorless, odorless, and tasteless noble gas that is impossible to recognize without the proper equipment. During the cold...

When Should You Get Your House Tested For Radon?

Radon poses one of the most deadly and yet invisible threats across the nation. While most homeowners worry about the effects of lead, gas leaks, and asbestos in their older homes, radon often goes unnoticed for years. And even though residential radon testing and...

Preventing Lung Cancer Caused By Radon Exposure

Radon is a silent killer. It’s an invisible, tasteless, and odorless gas. In fact, you could be breathing it in right now. That’s not a scare tactic, just the cold, hard truth. Radon is present in nearly all air, though its air concentration is usually...