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What to Expect from a Radon Mitigation Contractor

If your home has tested positive for high levels of radon gas, a common practice is to schedule a radon mitigation contractor to inspect your residence. They should offer a detailed strategy for removing the radon gas and an estimate for their services. Be sure to ask...

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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...

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Crawl Space Radon Mitigation

Homes are generally categorized according to their foundation design. Your home sits on either a slab of concrete (with or without a basement), or your home sits above the ground with a crawlspace. The type of home you have will determine the proper radon reduction...

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Follow These EPA Radon Testing Guidelines

You can’t see radon, but it’s not hard to find out if you have a radon problem in your home. All you need to do is test for radon. Just follow the simple 3-step EPA Radon Testing Guidelines. Testing is easy and should only take a few minutes of your time. The EPA...

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How Does Radon Get In Your Home?

Does Foundation Type Affect Radon Entry? Because radon can literally be sucked into a home, any home can potentially have a radon problem. All conventional house construction types have been found to have radon levels exceeding the action level of 4 pCi/L. So just how...

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Does Radon Smell?

Could the Odor of Radon Gas Save Your Life? Unfortunately not. One of the deadliest 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...

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