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Radon is a colorless and odorless gas found in the soil and common throughout the United States. It is released from bedrock material and passes through the soil, potentially accumulating in the air we breathe. Prolonged exposure to high levels of radon can lead to lung cancer due to the radioactive particles it emits.

The only way to determine if your home has unsafe radon levels is by testing. You can contact your state radon office for testing kits or hire a licensed professional to conduct the test.

Radon mitigation involves reducing radon levels in a home through specialized systems that pull air from the soil and exhaust it outdoors. These systems are designed to lower radon levels below the EPA action level of 4 pCi/L

The duration of the radon mitigation process can vary depending on the complexity of the system installation and the specific requirements of your home. Typically, it can take a few hours to a day to complete the installation.

Radon mitigation can actually enhance your home’s resale value by ensuring a safe living environment free from radon exposure. It demonstrates proactive measures taken to protect the health of occupants, which can be a selling point for potential buyers.


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