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Does Radon Come From Building Materials?

Is There Radon Gas in Building Materials? 

Radon gas is naturally created from the decay of radioactive elements, such as uranium, which can be found in different amounts in soil and rock throughout the world. Radon is extremely prevalent in areas that contain large levels of granite concentrations.

Radon in the soil and rock is released into the air and underground water and surface water through the natural half-life decay process. 

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Radon Gas, Health Risk or Just Hype?

The Health Concerns of Radon Gas

Many people have heard about Radon gas by now, but is all of the concern just a lot of hype?

Radon Gas is an odorless, colorless, radioactive gas that can be found in the home throughout the United States. Radon is created naturally from the decay of radioactive elements, such as uranium and thorium, which can be found in different concentrations in soil and rock. Radon is more prevalent in areas with larger levels of granite concentrations. 

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The Importance of Post Mitigation Testing

Radon Post Test Mitigation refers to the radon test that is performed upon completion of a Radon Mitigation system.

If you have just had a radon removal system installed, this means your home had tested elevated for dangerous levels of radioactive gas, and you made the decisions to remove the radon from your home.

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The Ultimate Guide To Radon Mitigation

Everything You Need To Know About Radon Mitigation 

Radon is a radioactive gas that cannot be seen or tasted.

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