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Radon Mitigation And Tactics

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in Blog, Radon Testing | 36 comments

Radon Mitigation and Tactics Being the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, radon can pose serious health threats. The radioactive gas is naturally present all over the planet and can be seen in soil, air and water causing serious health hazards for those who are over exposed to it. With no taste, smell or color, the presence of this gas in your home is difficult to determine, detect, and acknowledge, but experts working in pest control have the expertise in determining the levels of radon in your homes and the ability to mitigate the levels creating a safe haven for you to live in. Making a Determination Radon gas enters the building, or home,...

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Importance of Radon Testing and Abatement

Posted by on May 18, 2012 in Blog, Radon Testing | 32 comments

Over the last few years, radon has become a huge source of stress and tension in households all across the United States. Most people would rather ignore the probability of a radon problem. It is of utmost importance to conduct radon testing and needed abatement in your home. Are You at Risk? Many people shy away from conducting radon testing in their homes because they assume that they couldn’t possibly be at risk. The truth is that radon has been found in houses all over the country. This radioactive gas is naturally occurring and is created by the deterioration of uranium in the soil deposits, rock, and water deposits under and around your home. There are many...

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US EPA Region 3 – EPA Mid-Atlantic Environment Matters Podcasts

Posted by on Apr 18, 2012 in Blog, Radon Testing | 35 comments

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Radon Testing – How to Test and Remove Dangerous Radon Gas

Posted by on Apr 14, 2012 in Blog, Radon Testing | 47 comments

Radon gas dangers in the home have become more prevalent, and can affect homeowners before radon is detected. Consider the story of Stanley, a nuclear power company employee from Pennsylvania. One day he arrived at work and the radiation monitors at the plant screamed an alarm. The experts were puzzled–how could Stan set off an alarm on his way in to work? The answer to this question brought to light one of the biggest environmental concerns of our time: Radon. It turns out Stan’s house had radon gas levels more than 500 times what was considered safe and Stan had carried the effects into work. Stan desperately needed a radon mitigation system to save himself...

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