Radon levels in the soil vary by geographic location, and radon accumulation in the home can vary by basement depth, foundation type, age of the home, and other factors. To receive a free risk assessment, complete the form below. While we always recommend a Radon test be conducted to determine actual levels, this profile helps us determine of the level of exposure you could have, whether you are in a radon hotspot, and how effective a mitigation system might be for your specific situation.
- Radon and CancerJuly 14, 2014 - 1:58 pmWhat is radon?Radon is a radioactive gas released from the normal decay of the elements uranium, thorium, and radium in rocks and soil. It is an invisible, odorless, tasteless gas that seeps up through the ground and diffuses into the air. In a few areas, depending on local geology, radon dissolves into ground water and can be released […]