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...
Lessen Radon Health Risk with Radon Testing

Lessen Radon Health Risk with Radon Testing

Radon is a radioactive gas naturally coming from the ground. It is an odorless, tasteless, invisible gas released from the natural decay of elements found in rocks and soil which include uranium, thorium, and radium. It cannot be eradicated because the usual wear and...
Using Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM) Device

Using Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM) Device

Radon measurement and testing can be short-term, long-term, or a continuous activity depending on the need and budget. A case of an unusual spike on the radon level warrants continuous monitoring. In any case, it is important to know the level of radon at your home or...
Why and When Should You Schedule Radon Testing

Why and When Should You Schedule Radon Testing

You invest time and money in making sure your home is beautiful and comfortable to live in. But why haven’t you scheduled radon testing for your home yet? Radon is a radioactive gas that naturally occurs in the environment. It forms as the byproduct of uranium’s decay...
Know Your Radon Concentration Level

Know Your Radon Concentration Level

Radon is a radioactive gas found indoors which is a product of the natural decay of uranium usually found on rocks and soils. Exposure to radon can result in lung cancer. In fact, radon is the second most important cause of lung cancer after smoking. There are...