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Why Are More People Testing for Radon in 2020?

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More and more homeowners are testing for radon in 2020. What is causing this shift in homeowner behavior and the demand for more home radon testing? Since homeowners are using their homes as offices now more than ever, and more people are aware of radon’s dangers, the demand for testing has incre…

Why Should I Hire a Professional Radon Testing and Remediation Company?

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If you are a homeowner looking to keep your family safe from radon, one of the leading causes of lung cancer, hiring a professional radon testing and remediation company is the solution. Radon testing professionals will produce the most accurate results, due to their knowledge of testing vari…

Is Radon Testing Necessary When Buying A Home?

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When people are looking to buy a home, some will ask themselves or others, “Is radon testing necessary?” In short, yes, radon testing is necessary if you are planning on buying a new home. But many people are still unaware of both the presence of radon and the dangers radon poses.

How Does Radon Gas Cause Cancer

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Many homeowners wonder, “How does radon gas cause cancer?” upon learning about the presence of the radioactive gas for the first time. That question is understandable since many Pennsylvania homeowners are surprised by the presence of radon in their homes. By damaging the lungs through radiat…

What is the Process for Radon Testing?

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The first step to making sure your home is safe for your family is to have radon testing performed since radon can exist in any building, whether old or new. Radon-Rid, LLC explains the process for radon testing, which can include long and short term testing.

Learn Your County Radon Levels To Stay Safe from Radon

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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…

Why Pennsylvania Radon Levels Are High and How to Test Your Home

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Why are Pennsylvania radon levels in homes so high? Indoor radon levels are dependent upon the distribution of uranium-rich rocks and soils and the porousness of the earth, near a home. Pennsylvania happens to have a high distribution of these uranium-rich rocks and soils. Different homes, ev…

What You Need to Know About Competitive Advantage With Regard to Radon Testing and Inspection

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Many factors can be considered when a customer is trying to establish the competitive advantage of using one company’s services over another. Price, of course is a major one, and customer service is another. When comparing radon testing and inspection companies, what factors do you look for?

Are Radon Levels Higher In Winter? How Seasons Affect Radon

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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 …

Why is Radon Testing in Winter Smart?

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The winter months are just around the corner, and winter means different things to different people. Some think of enjoying the snow by going out skiing or snowboarding, while others prefer to sit by a warm fire with a cup of hot chocolate. Winter also can result in increased radon levels, …

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Radon – The Silent Killer

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