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Is Radon Gas Killing You?

Jul 11, 2016 9:45:32 AM

The Silent Killer 

Radon is an invisible, odorless, and tasteless radioactive gas that is produced by the breakdown of thorium and uranium in soil, rock, and water. This gas is known as the silent killer, killing more people every year than drunk drivers.

Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers in the United States and according to the American Lung Association, every home should be tested to determine if there are elevated levels of radon gas.

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Table of Contents 

  1. How do I know my Radon Levels? 
  2. Every home has some level of radon 
  3. Schedule a Discounted Radon Test 

The dangers of Radon Gas

How do I know my Radon gas levels? 

If you are unaware of the radon concentration levels of your home, it is crucial to your health to have your home tested by a licensed professional. Radon testing is the only way to know for sure if you are sharing a home with radon gas.

After your home is tested, radon removal is highly recommended by The World Health Organization if your home tests at or above a 2.7 piC/L. Having a mitigation system installed is the only accurate way to remove the radon from the home. 

Every home contains a certain level of radon gas. However, it is important to know if your home contains dangerous levels. For the health and safety of you and your family, do not hesitate to find out what the radon concentration levels are in your home. 

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