High Radon Level – What You Need to Know

High Radon Level – What You Need to Know

Looking for a new home can be overly exciting, unnerving, and most likely the largest investment you will ever make in your lifetime. Homeowners tend to spend a lot of time inspecting and assessing a house to ensure it fits their lifestyle, budget, and family size. In...
Children Susceptibility to Radon Gas

Children Susceptibility to Radon Gas

Getting a new house is exciting. But at the same time, we need to be careful to assess safety, comfort, and security.  When buying a new home for you and your family, it is important to have the home tested for radon before closing the deal. Radon is an odorless and...
Various Types of Radon Testing

Various Types of Radon Testing

The radon gas moves from the soil into your home through breaks and pores in concrete and gaps in walls and floors. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of the United States, any house can have an elevated radon level regardless of age, structure,...
Risk of Radon in Water

Risk of Radon in Water

Radon is a by-product of the natural decay of elements found on soil like uranium and thorium. It often escapes the ground and gets mixed into the air circulating in our houses. But radon can also get into the water we drink. However, the radon in water has a lesser...