How do we test for and measure radon levels?
A Continuous Radon Monitor test, conducted by a licensed, radon mitigation specialist, is by far [Bar Graph] the most accurate short-term radon test available for your home. This test typically provides a precise radon level reading in about 48 hours.
What is Radon?
Radon is a hazardous, naturally occurring gas that results from the decay of trace amounts of uranium found in the earth’s crust. Odorless and invisible, radon has been classified (by the Environmental Protection Agency) as a carcinogen since 1988, and is the leading cause of cancer among non-smokers inthe U.S. Because radon is an unstable gas, it breaks down and dissipates quickly in the open air. Dangerous levels of radon can accumulate inside a house, however.
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