Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas given off from uranium, a naturally occurring mineral in our earth’s rocks and soil. In normal circumstances, radon rises up through the soil and dissipates in the air outside. However, radon becomes concerning when it seeps through cracks, loose fitting pipes, sump pits, dirt floors, slab joints or block walls and starts to accumulate in your home or building.
Radon is the number killer for lung cancer among non smokers. Testing for radon is the only way to know if you or your loved ones are being exposed to it. We use electronic, calibrated radon monitors that test the radon levels.
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