Were you aware that approximately 1 out of every 15 homes in the United States may have radon levels either at or above the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) action levels? For this reason alone, it’s important to contact residential radon testing services to determine if there is radon present in or around your home. If […]

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It’s possible you may not be aware you and your family are being exposed to radon in your home. Radon, which is invisible to the naked eye, has no discernible taste or scent. Furthermore, even though it is a natural gas, it is radioactive and known to cause cancer. Radon can be found in the […]

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