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Debunking 5 Myths About Radon In Homes

What exactly is radon? It is an element that has no odor, color, or taste, and it can be very dangerous when exposed to humans. In fact, the Surgeon General has warned that the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. today is radon. For this reason, testing...

Radon Risk in Homes and How to Get Rid of It

Radon is the chemical element with atomic number 86, a rare radioactive gas belonging to the noble gas series. Radon is not a gas that is safe for human beings to be exposed to. Unfortunately, approximately one in 15 homes in the United States have estimated levels of...

How Does Radon Gas Cause Lung Cancer?

Smoking can cause gene mutations in the lungs, which is what makes it the leading cause of lung cancer. However, smoking isn’t the only cause of cancer. Radon exposure has been known to cause lung cancer deaths in up to 20,000 Americans every year. What’s...

Frequently Asked Questions About Radon Gas Removal

According to the U.S. Surgeon General, radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Because one out of every five American homes has radon levels above EPA action level, it’s critical to consider local radon testing to ensure the safety of you and your...

4 Mitigation Methods To Get Radon Out Of Your Home

In the United States, one in every 15 homes has radon levels above the EPA action level. This can be incredibly dangerous as radon gas is the second-leading cause of lung cancer after smoking. No level of radon gas is safe. If you’ve had radon testing performed...

Radon Test Results: What Levels Are Safe And Acceptable?

Radon is a naturally occurring gas created during the breakdown of uranium. Radon can be pulled into a family home from the ground and the home’s foundation. Because radon is odorless, colorless, tasteless, and radioactive, this buildup of gas in the home can be...

Can I Improve My Radon Levels By Opening My Windows?

Radon is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that can build up in any American home. Approximately 1 in every 5 American homes have radon levels above the EPA action level. This is dangerous because the risk of lung cancer increases by 16% per 100 Bq/m increase...

How Do I Prepare My Home For A Radon Test?

Testing for radon gas in the home is essential because its odorless, tasteless, and colorless nature makes it difficult to detect until homeowners exhibit signs of health problems. Approximately one out of every 15 American homes have radon levels estimated to be at...