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Amateur Sump Pump Installation Can Introduce Radon Threat

If your home is located in a flood zone or heavy snow area like New England, there's a great chance of groundwater issues taking place in your basement. Ground water can accumulate under the floor slab, and these can cause serious damage to your home and your family’s health. A...

Radon: Your Home Might Be Killing You Slowly

Selling your home? Make sure to test first your home for radon prior to closing a deal. Here are some reasons why you should consider inspecting your home for radon gas. 1. Client Protection From Risks of Lung Cancer Radon gas is the secondary leading cause of lung cancer in...

Why You Should Radon-Test Your Water Today!

Radon occurs in water naturally. Your drinking water may have a certain level of radon in it. Thus, water tests must be conducted in order to determine whether your water supply has safe levels of radon or is extremely contaminated. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 4 picocuries per...

Radon Mitigation Services Via Soil Depressurization

High levels of Radon can lead to health issues. Among other things radon is associated with lung cancer. Installing radon reducing systems for your home or property are essential to mitigate its increasing level. There are three types of systems to accomplish this. Today, we focus upon Active Soil Depressurization....

Welcome to The Radon Company

Radon is a radioactive, odorless, and tasteless gas. It is formed as natural deposits of uranium throughout the earth’s crust decay. When this decay process occurs, Radon gas enters the home and becomes a health issue. As radon decay products are inhaled, they can alter the cells in the lungs....

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