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

Does radon gas have a smell? No - get tested.The best and only way to detect if radon is present in your home or business is to have your home or business property tested with a radon test kit. As we discussed in an earlier post, the cost of radon testing is cheap. And because your life may depend on it, the importance of an accurate radon test is crucial to the health and wellbeing of your family. Don’t take chances.

 

Find Out if You Have a Radon Problem

A simple test is all it takes. If the results of your radon test prove positive for high levels of radon, the next course of action is to get rid of the radon in your home. Cook’s has several residential radon mitigation systems to remedy gas exposure in your home. We can certainly recommend the appropriate system for you, dependent on the unique construction of your home.

 

We Are Certified

Obviously, certification and remodeling experience are skill sets that you consider when installing a radon mitigation system. Rest assured – our technicians are certified and fully trained. And because of our remodeling and home building background, you’ll get top-quality finishing work. too.

 

Get Tested First

Does radon gas have a smell? No. And because you can’t see it, smell it or touch it, radon is a silent and very deadly gas.

Don’t take chances with your the health and welfare of your family. Contact Cook’s Radon today to get a Free radon test kit and have your home tested for radon. We know how to check for radon gas.

 

Have More Questions?

Call Cook’s Radon today to schedule a Free consultation and analysis. Get more information and a Free test kit today.

Get a Free Radon Test Kit Here

 

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Cook’s Radon – Answering the Question: Does Radon Gas Have a Smell?
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