Homeowners Should Seek Radon Remediation to Reduce Radon to Safe Levels
Homeowners, especially parents with young children, will be especially keen to seek radon remediation if the gas is found in their homes at dangerous levels. Though a major step is finding a qualified radon remediation expert, many homeowners may worry about the expense.
Get a Qualified Certified Radon Contractor to Perform Your Radon Testing and Mitigation
A qualified radon service provider understands the seriousness of radon gas and the threat of long-term exposure which can and often does lead to respiratory issues like lung cancer. Studies in the effects of radon gas on human health have led the US EPA (US Environmental Protection Agency) a…
Homeowners Should Get Radon Testing to Protect Families
Pennsylvania’s Montgomery and Chester counties are wonderful places to start and raise families. These areas are renowned for having superior school systems, outstanding parks and recreation opportunities, and safe neighborhoods with low crime statistics. However, sometimes dangers and hazard…
Summer Closed Home Conditions Could Increase Radon Gas Concerns for Homeowners
Summer is finally here and families with children are spending as much time doing fun outdoor activities together as possible. However, with the summer season comes hot weather that forces homeowners to close their windows and run air conditioning systems. That cool comfort is a relief, and e…
Radon Gas Remediation Costs Rise in Pennsylvania
Phoenixville, PA – June 28, 2018 – Increases in radon gas remediation costs may be seen by homeowners this year. If you had radon testing last year and received a quote for radon mitigation, you may find that this year’s quote is significantly higher.
Radon Remediation 101: At What Level Should Radon Be Mitigated?
Radon is present in many homes across the country and the state of Pennsylvania is no exception. In fact, homes in Pennsylvania counties with higher than acceptable levels of radon are fairly common, as is radon remediation (mitigation). Radon gas can be present in an existing home or in a br…
Realtor® Tool Box Should Include a Professional Radon Testing Company
When trying to help a client buy or sell a house, knowledge, quality service, and time is often of the essence. A Realtor® who is trying to help a client get a house on the market needs to have a variety of reputable vendors on speed dial for important situations. One of these should be a rad…
Do All Homes Need Radon Testing?
With all of the information about radon gas and the need for radon gas testing in Pennsylvania counties, you may wonder, “Do all homes have radon?” The answer that many homes have no problem with radon gas. The average level of radon in the air outside, according to the EPA, is 0.4 pCi/L (pic…
What Realtors® Need to Know About Radon Testing: How Do You Know if Your Clients’ Home Has Radon Gas?
When a home is being sold, a test for the presence of radon gas is important. Whether your client is the seller or a buyer, you should recommend that they have the home tested for radon gas. Why? You want the home tested because high radon gas levels can be mitigated, but only if you know abo…
Radon-Rid, LLC Answers Top Questions About Radon Gas
Radon gas is a big source of concern for homeowners, as exposure to the gas causes respiratory illness and potentially lung cancer, if homeowners fail to take preventive or remedial action. Local radon testing and remediation company, Radon-Rid, LLC, answers some of the most commonly asked qu…
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