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Radon-Rid is committed to protecting the health and safety of our customers and staff. With COVID-19 presenting major health concerns, we have temporarily suspended our radon testing and mitigation services until further notice. We have been answering phone and email messages, but we are unable to schedule appointments at this time. (more…)

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Colorless, odorless radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States and causes around 21,000 lung cancer deaths per year. While some have known about the dangers of radon for a long time, the public as a whole has just recently learned about the effects and presence of radon in their homes. We encourage people to test their homes and take action, and today, the Radon-Rid team wants to highlight local efforts to reduce radon gas exposure in communities around the country. (more…)

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Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service Phoenixville, PA – Jan 22, 2019– Radon-Rid, LLC is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA) for the ninth year in a row. This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2018. (more…)

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February 28, 2018 - Phoenixville, PA -  Radon Rid Advises Homeowners to check for radon in the winter because levels are the highest. Every year, according the the EPA, nearly 21,000 Americans succumb to a type of lung cancer caused by exposure to radon. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is commonly present in the basements and lower house floors. Having a property tested for radon and enacting proper radon remediation steps is essential to reducing and eliminating a household's risk of deadly radon exposure. (more…)

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Don Coleman, KJCT8 Invisible Gas is Second Leading Cause of Lung Cancer Watch this KJCT8 news segment. GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- We have a warning for you about a lung cancer-causing gas that could be lurking inside your home. It's called Radon. The byproduct of decomposing Uranium deep below the earth's surface seeps up through the ground and can become trapped inside your home, especially during the winter. It's the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States right behind smoking. Experts say you should use a test kit to figure out your home's levels. And if they're high,…

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Josh Knight, WHSV Radon Awareness Month.jpg Watch this WHSV news segment. Radon is something you can't see or smell but, you need to know about to keep your family safe. It's a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is likely in your home and specialists say one in three homes in the Valley have unsafe levels. The rocky soil in the area makes homes, businesses and apartment buildings more susceptible. The radon comes from decaying uranium and thorium, which exist naturally in the soil and rocks. Continuously breathing in unsafe levels of radon is the equivalent of smoking numerous cigarettes per…

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U.S. EPA Radon exposure is the leading cause of non-smoking lung cancer WASHINGTON – January is National Radon Action Month and the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and eight other federal agencies are announcing a new effort to strengthen the fight against radon exposure. Radon exposure is the leading cause of non-smoking lung cancer. Senior leaders from the federal agencies are pledging to work together to create a national risk reduction plan for radon that will help save lives and create safer, healthier homes for all Americans. “Radon is a serious public health threat that leads to more than 21,000…

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WNCF   The World Health Organization and Environmental Protection Agency have announced a call to action for Americans to test their homes for Radon Gas, which has recently been identified as the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers in the U.S. The EPA has officially designated January 2011 to be National Radon Action Month in the United States. The press, local health departments, and the media are encouraged to help save lives in 2011 by promoting National Radon Action Month. Radon is a naturally-occurring, radioactive gas that seeps out of the ground and can enter homes and other buildings.…

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