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Retest Your Home For Radon

Congratulations! You tested your house for radon and were told mitigation wasn’t necessary. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean that you never have to re-test your home for radon. Let’s dive into radon levels and go over recommendations on how often to test your home for radon. Recommended Action Levels For Radon Mitigation After testing your home […]

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Radon Testing: Closed House Conditions

Are you getting ready to test your home for radon gas? As the weather gets warmer, you will need to understand closed house conditions. This is important for accurate radon testing. Why Is Accurate Radon Testing Important? Radon is a radioactive gas that occurs when the uranium in soil decays. It seeps into your home […]

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Radon & Crawlspaces

Homes with crawlspaces with exposed soil floors have no barrier to prevent or even slow the entry of radon into the home. Although radon can enter even through a foundation, without one it is even easier for it to go through the floorboards into your living space. So what can be done about radon in […]

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Utah Basements & Radon

Radon gas is connected to thousands of deaths each year. In fact around 21,000 deaths each year in the United States are attributed to radon gas. Why? Well because prolonged exposure to radon gas leads to lung cancer. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer, just behind smoking, according to the surgeon general. […]

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Radon Levels In Utah Homes

Have you heard of radon gas? If so, you may know that it comes from the decay of uranium in soil and rocks. Since the foundation of your home is built in the soil, there is a chance that every home may have radon present. So what is the average radon level in Utah homes? […]

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Radon Levels In Winter

Winter is here. During the winter months it is normal to spend more time in your home to avoid things like driving in the snow, ice, freezing temperatures, etc. But there may be some other dangers that come along with winter. Radon levels in homes tend to be higher during the winter. Why? Lets dive […]

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Radon In New Homes

Have you heard of radon gas? This odorless, tasteless and colorless gas is considered the “silent killer” for two reasons. First, you cannot detect it without specialized testing. And second, it is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. In fact, it accounts for over 21,000 deaths each year. Many think […]

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