Radon Gas

Why Is Radon Gas A Health Concern?

What is Radon Gas? Is radon gas a health concern? Radon gas is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is produced by the breakdown of uranium in soil. It is considered a health hazard due to its radioactivity level. In fact, in Utah, radon gas accounts for up to 70% of all the radiation that […]

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Top 5 most common defects found during a home inspection

Are you considering putting your home on the market? Get the most out of your investment by fixing the top 5 common defects found during a home inspection. 1. Missing / broken GFCI outlets. An estimated 74% of homes in Utah are missing or simply have defective GFCI outlets. The good news is, a GFCI […]

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Testing Your Home For Radon - Don't Delay

Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States and just like smoking, radon poisoning can be easily and completely prevented by testing your home for radon. Waiting to test your home for radon can place your health (or your families health) at risk. Should You Test Your House For Radon […]

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Radon Mitigation: Frequently Asked Questions

Does your home have high radon levels? Radon Mitigation is the process used to reduce the radon gas inside of a home. This is done by drawing radon gas from beneath the foundation of the home and venting it outside. According to the EPA, Radon Removal can eliminate up to 99% of radon from the […]

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What Can Be Done About High Levels Of Radon?

You've tested your home, and discovered that you have high levels of radon gas. What now? A radon mitigation system can be installed to reduce the radon levels in your home. The goal of a radon mitigation system is to lower the radon levels below the EPA recommended action level. This is done by using […]

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Correct Placement For Home Radon Testing

Congratulations on testing your home for Radon gas. Radon gas is an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas that can only be detected by testing. At Utah Radon Services, we use professional grade testing equipment that is easy for you to set yourself.  To get accurate home radon testing results, follow these EPA protocol guidelines when […]

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Radon Action Month - Test Your Home For Free

Utah has one of the highest residential radon gas exposure - 1 in 3 homes vs. 1 in 15 nationally. Because of this, the Environmental Protection Agency has declared January as National Radon Action Month to try and raise awareness about this radioactive gas that is tasteless, colorless, and odorless. It occurs naturally when uranium […]

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The Importance of Testing For Radon Gas When Buying or Selling A Home

Testing For Radon Gas When Buying Or Selling A Home There is an important step that you may not have heard about. The EPA recommends that you should test for radon gas when buying or selling a home. Many people do not know anything about radon, radon testing or why it should matter during the […]

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WHO Handbook on Indoor Radon

WHO Handbook on Indoor Radon - World Health Organization's (WHO) Radon Public Health Perspective Contains: Health Effects of Radon Radon Measurements Radon Prevention & Mitigation Cost Effectiveness of Radon Control Radon Risk Communication National Radon Programs     Click To Download Complete: WHO Handbook on Indoor Radon

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