Learn Your County Radon Levels To Stay Safe from Radon
Radon is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, with up to 21,000 lung cancer deaths per year attributed to radon. Knowing the dangers of radon, homeowners should also know that some regions and households are more susceptible than others due to factors like local geolo…
Are Radon Levels Higher In Winter? How Seasons Affect Radon
The cold, snowy winter months are fully here, and one of the questions we get asked most often during this time is: are radon levels higher in winter? To answer that question, yes, radon levels in a home tend to be higher during the winter. And those higher levels of radon gas can lead to an …
The History of Radon Gas in Health
Many people who suffer from various ailments such as arthritis and gout have taken some interesting measures to alleviate their conditions. Those measures? Sitting in decommissioned uranium mines in Montana, drinking radon water, and inhaling radon gas. While many people are unaware of the hi…
How Dangerous is Radon Gas?
Radon may be undetectable to human senses, but the gas is still around us so how dangerous is radon gas? Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Radon gas is a naturally occurring radioactive gas found in rocks, soil, and water as a result of thorium and uranium…
Is There A Link Between Radon And Blood Cancer In Women?
Radon is a gas emitted from soil or rocks that can enter into buildings through cracks in the floors or walls or in joints around pipes, wires or pumps. Every house is different, so each home has to be tested individually. Over the last few years research has linked radon gas exposure to bloo…
Radon-Rid, LLC Explores Bill Promoting Mandatory Radon Testing In Schools
For years we have heard rumblings about having nationally mandated radon testing carried out in schools. Now, a bill in the House is aimed at introducing the subject in the state of Pennsylvania. While this particular bill may leave some issues unaddressed, many see the bill as a sign of thin…
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…
Spring Real Estate Market Means Radon Gas is a Concern for Realtors®
Spring is here and with the season comes the beginning of the busiest market for home sellers. All over the country, and definitely in Pennsylvania, the presence of radon gas is a concern for Realtors® and their clients. Radon-Rid, LLC’s professionals detail what you need to know about radon …
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Radon – The Silent Killer
What is Radon? Are you at risk?
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Radon In Your Home
- Learn More About Radon Levels in Your County
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