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Radon Gas

What To Do If You Suspect High Radon Levels

Radon gas is a an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas that enters your home through the foundation. It is caused when uranium decays in soil and rock... which surrounds the foundation of your home. Every home can have radon gas, whether it is new or old. Read on to learn what to do if you […]

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Passive Radon Reduction

Radon is a scary subject. You may not even understand what it is and why it is important. That's okay, we are here to help. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is created when uranium in soil and rocks decays. Radon accounts for up to 70% of the radiation that we are exposed to […]

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Radon Testing Guidelines for Real Estate Transactions

If you are buying or selling a home in Utah, it is becoming common practice to test for radon. Whether you are the buyer or the seller. Because of the health risk that radon poses, any testing that is done should be done by licensed radon professionals. If you are testing a home you are […]

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Active Radon Reduction

If you have been researching radon gas, you are already familiar with what it is. A radioactive gas that is produced when uranium decays in soil and rocks. Because the foundation of your home is surrounded by soil, radon can enter your home and become a health risk. In fact, radon is the second leading […]

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Does Caulking Lower Radon Levels

Radon gas is produced when uranium in soil and rock decays. Exposure to high radon levels in your home is a health risk. In fact, it is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Radon gas is odorless, tasteless, colorless and sneaky. It enters your home through cracks and pores in […]

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Troubleshooting Your Radon System

If you have already tested your home for radon and installed a radon mitigation system, how do you know that it is working? Radon can't be seen, smelled, or tasted so it is important to know that your radon mitigation system is functioning properly in order to protect your family. There are a few things […]

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Test For Unsafe Radon Levels In Your Home

Radon is the natural gas produced when uranium in soil and rocks decay. Since soil and rock is all around us, specifically surrounding the foundation of your home, it is hard to prevent that radioactive gas from entering your home. It comes in through the cracks and pores in the foundation, through construction joints and […]

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EPA's Stance On Radon

Perhaps by now you have heard of Radon Gas and know that it can be a health risk, but what is the Environmental Protection Agency's (or EPA's) stance on radon? To understand this you must first understand radon gas. What is Radon Gas? Radon gas is the radioactive gas that is produced by the natural […]

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Radon Facts & Fiction

Although radon gas has been declared as the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, many people have never heard of it. And often if they have, they do not understand the health risk that it can be. Radon is a naturally occuring radioactive gas that develops underground when uranium decays in […]

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