Radon is an invisible gas that is colorless and odorless, caused by the decay of trace amounts of uranium in the earth’s crust. It has been classified as a carcinogen by the EPA and kills roughly 21,000 people in America from lung cancer each year, making it the leading cause of lung cancer among nonsmokers.

The EPA has made January National Radon Action Month in the United States to bring aware to the threat that this poses. If haven’t thought much of the threat of radon, then January is the perfect time to learn more and get your home tested.

Radon Testing Gives Peace of Mind
Radon is frequently found in basements crawl spaces, first floors, and even second story rooms. Radon has also been found in every U.S. state.

January is a great time to test for radon because levels tend to be higher in the winter. A qualified radon testing contractor like Radon Rid can make the whole process easy for you. Our radon tests use a simple and easy three-step process:

We will visit your home to meet with you and set up a radon monitor. During this meeting we’ll answer any questions you might have.
The tester usually runs for at least 48 hours to collect as much data as possible.
After the 48 hours or so are up we’ll come back. Then we’ll provide you with the results so you can understand your living situation a little bit better. If your test comes back show high levels of radon we’ll also discuss installing a radon mitigation system.
Protect your home with radon mitigation
If your home tests higher than 4.0 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) then the EPA recommends that you have a radon mitigation system installed. It can also be a good idea to install a radon mitigation system even if your radon levels are below the 4.0 generally 2.0-4.0.

No matter how high your radon levels might be, there’s no need to panic. Radon Rid can install a radon mitigation system that will reduce even the highest radon levels to a safe point. Contact us today to learn more about our radon services and schedule your radon testing or mitigation today!
So, now is the time to test if you are wondering if your home has radon or not. If you have high radon levels during any season consider radon mitigation to reduce the levels. Radon mitigation can reduce radon levels consistently throughout the year to rid yourself of any seasonal variations.


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