January 2018 = Radon Awareness Month

Cook’s wants to remind you that January is Radon Awareness Month. And we’re here to help reinforce EPA guidelines for eliminating radon from your home or office.   Five Things You Can Do During National Radon Awareness Month   Test your home – EPA and the...

Season’s Greetings

Wishing You the Best this Holiday Season Season’s Greetings! All of us at Cook’s Radon in Alpharetta would like to wish you and your family a warm and happy holiday season! Enjoy the holiday safely and comfortably with your family and friends! And thanks...

Giving Thanks to Those We Serve

Happy Thanksgiving Atlanta   As we head into Thanksgiving, the entire team at Cook’s Radon wants to wish you and your family a safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday. And we also want to say “thank you” for the opportunity to serve you. We thank you for your...

Does Radon Gas Have a Smell?

Could the Smell of Radon Gas Save Your Life? Unfortunately not. One of the worrisome aspects of radon gas is that it has no smell. Unlike mold or other natural gases that can alert you to their presence by smell, radon gas is completely odorless.   Don’t Take Chances...

The Importance of a Radon Gas Removal System

The EPA has a goal to get homeowners, and businesses, to recognize and understand the importance of testing for radon gas. The first step is getting your home tested for radon. And should your home test positive for radon gas, the next step is to find a qualified...

Reducing Radon in Slab Homes

Radon Mitigation for Slab-on-Grade Foundations In order to reduce radon in slab homes, one of four types of soil suction methods are employed: subslab suction, drain-tile suction, sump-hole suction, or block-wall suction. Active subslab suction — also called subslab...