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Is There Radon Gas in Your Crawlspace?

Removing Radon Gas from a Crawlspace

If your home tests elevated for Radon Gas and there is a crawlspace in your basement, than that may be one of the ways radon is seeping into your home. A crawlspace with exposed soil flooring will have no barrier to prevent radon entry.

The cancer causing gas will seep through the floor and into the occupied area of your home. The best way to prevent radon gas entry through a crawlspace is to install a radon mitigation system

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The Five Benefits of Installing a Radon System in the Attic

Radon Mitigation 

Radon mitigation systems can be installed in several different ways depending on the layout of your home, including in the attic. When determining which option will be best for you, a licensed Radon Mitigation Specialist will offer their professional option on which route will be most efficient for your home. With that being said, there are often a couple of options for each home.

Topics: Radon Mitigation

Where Is The Best Place in My House For a Radon Test?

Correct Placement For Radon Testing 

When conducting a Radon Test in your home, whether it is a test kit or done by a certified radon testing specialist, there are some ground rules to follow regarding the correct placement of the radon testing device. 

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Is Radon Gas Really Harmful?

Why you Should be Concerned about the Radon Concentration Levels in your Home 

Is Radon Gas Really As Dangerous and Harmful as people make it out to be?

Radon is a radioactive gas that cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted. It occurs naturally through the breakdown of radioactive elements, such as uranium which can be found in soil and rock throughout the world. 

Topics: Radon Testing