Keep Safe From Radon - Many people in Utah aren't familiar with radon, why it is dangerous, and what to do about it. Our biggest challenge is educating people about radon and the effect it can have on the health of those who live with high radon levels. We developed an infographic to talk about the 5 steps to keep your home safe from radon.
Step 1 - Discover The Dangers Of Radon:
The EPA estimates that over 21,000 people die each year from radon. It's a real danger to people who live in Utah because 1 in 3 Utah homes have unsafe radon levels.
Step 2 - Order A FREE Radon Test:
Ordering a free radon test from Utah Radon Services is easy. All you do is fill out an online form, and we mail you the radon test kit. You mail it back and we give you the results.
Step 3 - Receive Radon Test Results:
You will receive the radon test results from a certified lab. Radon is measured in picocurries (pCi/L). If it is 2.7 or above, it is recommended you reduce the radon level through radon mitigation.
Step 4 - Get A FREE Radon System Bid:
We can give you a free bid over the phone to give you the details on what is involved with lowering your radon level.
Step 5 - Schedule A Radon Mitigation:
Luckily, a radon system is less than a major appliance and only takes a few hours to install. Our crew will work with you on what is the best place to install your radon mitigation system and how it works with your home's asthetics.
Why Test for Radon - Radon is a colorless, tasteless, odorless gas that is released when naturally occurring uranium in soil decays. Not only is it radioactive, but 1 in 3 homes in Utah have high levels indoors. Radon accounts for about 21,000 lung cancer deaths each year and is the leading cause of lung […]
Home has a Radon Problem? - If you have heard of radon gas and the potential health risks that exposure may present, you may be wondering how to know if your home has high radon levels. Rest assured, we’re here to break down what radon is, what the risks of radon exposure are, and how […]
Radon is a radioactive gas that enters your home through cracks and pores in the foundation as uranium decays underground. Radon is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas, which means it requires specialized testing to protect your family. Side Effects of Radon Radon exposure is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United […]