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Professional or Personal Radon Test?

Should You Do a Professional or Personal Radon Test? If you haven’t conducted a professional or personal radon test before, or are concerned about radon mitigation in Colorado Springs [...]

How Professional Radon Testing Works

Professional Radon Test in Colorado Springs Radon can be very dangerous to the new homeowner’s. That's why it's important to have a professional radon test in Colorado Springs performed [...]

When to test for Radon

Best Time To Test for Radon Radon, the natural yet radioactive gas cannot be smelled or seen, but it can cause lung cancer as well as other health risks. [...]

Importance Of Radon Testing

What Is Radon? The importance of radon testing isn’t just a matter of detection. Radon cannot be seen, smelled or tasted, but it is a radioactive gas that may be present in your home. Radon is highly radioactive; it emits the same radiation as elements like plutonium. Radon causes lung cancer; it is actually the second leading cause of lung cancer, according to the U.S. Surgeon General, and as many as 20,000 people die each year. Studies show that children are more sensitive to and more affected by radon. Thus the reasons for proper radon mitigation is of the utmost importance. There are no immediate symptoms; it takes years of exposure for issues to surface. […]

Protecting Yourself from the Dangers of Radon

Radon Protection Homes are supposed to be safe. That’s why radon protection is crucial. The four walls and the roof above protect you from the elements, keeping you warm and dry year round. But it’s the unseen danger lurking below that can be a real risk for homeowners everywhere, and its name is Radon. What is Radon?   Radon is a radioactive gas that is naturally occurring. When radioactive metals such as uranium, thorium, or radium break down, radon penetrates the rocks, soil and even groundwater beneath your home Radon mitigation may be necessary. Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas, which makes it a sneaky perpetrator that often goes unnoticed. Cracks and gaps in the floors or walls of your home allow the gas to the rise up from the ground and into your home. And since the gas in tasteless and odorless, owning a home with high level of radon will not feel any different than owning a home with virtually no radon in the air. So what’s the problem with Radon, then? […]

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