How to Check for Radon

Does Your Home Have Radon? If you read our page about radon gas, you may become aware that radon exposure is a serious issue. And the only way to tell if you and your family are at risk is to conduct a simple test. There are many factors that will determine whether...

What is the Average Cost of Radon Mitigation?

There are Several Factors at Work So you’ve determined that your house has high levels of radon gas. The next step is to remedy your exposure by installing a radon mitigation system. Of course the final price will depend on the size of your home, the location...

Radon Lung Cancer Symptoms – Know The Signs

While smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer deaths in the United States, the second leading cause of lung cancer is due to exposure to radon gas. Long term exposure to elevated levels of radon gas in your home will put you and your family at risk for lung...

What’s Your Radon Reduction Plan?

January was National Radon Awareness Month, with the goal of getting people to recognize and understand the importance of testing homes and businesses for radon gas. From there, it’s time to implement a radon reduction plan which starts with getting your home...

New Construction Radon Gas Prevention

There is a lot of new home building activity taking place in north Georgia right now. But, before you break ground, consider taking time to eliminate the threat of radon gas in your new home. Ask Cooks about new construction radon gas prevention techniques for the...

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...