Archive for November 16th, 2017

When Was the Last Time Your Home Was Checked for Its Radon Levels?

Residential radon testing

Knowing that your family is safe is important. In fact, many would argue that the safety of their family is the most important thing.
If you want to be certain that your family is safe, it makes sense that you should pay attention to the air that is in your home. Unfortunately, other than when a home is sold, few home owners take the time to check or monitor the radon levels in their house. Radon, a radioactive noble gas is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. High levels of radon in a home have been associated with the risk of lung cancer and other serious health conditions. In fact, the risk of lung cancer increases by 16% for every 100 Bq/m increase in long time a

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