What Every Building Owner Needs to Know About Radon
It is very important to know that Radon Gas is not confined to residential areas.
Since radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas, it is just as prevalent in other building structures, especially if the property is located in an area that is geographically prone to higher radon levels.
Radon gas can enter a commercial property the same way it enters a residential home, through cracks, walls, floors, and drainage systems.
Who is responsible for testing a commercial property? Read our blog post: "Does a Landlord Need to Test for Radon?"