Category: radon gas

Where The Heck Is Radon In Utah?

 Because Utah Radon Services installs over 60% of the radon mitigation systems in Utah, we have a vast experience where there are hot spots of radon and what areas do not have an abundance of radon. The average home in the U.S. has a 1.3 PCi/L level of radon and the EPA recommends that you […]

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Quietest Radon Mitigation System

A radon mitigation system is the only way to effectively reduce the radon levels in your home. Many homeowners, however, are concerned about the noise created by a radon mitigation system. So how do you get the quietest radon mitigation system possible? Radon mitigation systems consist of a series of pipes run from the foundation […]

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What happens after radon mitigation?

Once you have installed a radon mitigation system in your home, you can sit back and never worry about radon again. Wrong. After mitigation is done, it is important for you to routinely check that your system is working correctly and even retest your home occasionally. Guidelines for when Radon Mitigation is done There are […]

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Radon & Smoking: Twice The Risk

Radon is a radioactive gas that comes seeps into your home from the surrounding soil. It is created when uranium decays in rocks and soil. Living in a home that has high radon levels, can put you at risk of contracting lung cancer. In fact radon is attributed to cause 21,000 lung cancer related deaths […]

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Should I Retest My Home For Radon?

Say you’ve tested your house for radon and was pleased to find low levels. Now you can breathe easy knowing, you are not exposing your loved ones to radioactive gas. However… breathe easy for a few years but don’t forget to retest my home for radon. As your home ages, it may settle more, cracks […]

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