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Radon Detector: Do You Need One at Your Home?

Radon Detector: Do You Need One at Your Home?

Radon is a by-product of the decomposition of uranium. It is a colorless, odorless, and radioactive gas that cannot be detected by humans. As naturally occurring gas, it cannot be eliminated.  A high level of radon is most common in the Northern, Midwestern, and...

Prevent Radon from Getting into Your Home

Prevent Radon from Getting into Your Home

Various reliable techniques exist for lowering radon levels in homes. Improvement in radon mitigation systems has come to the point that any home can be fixed by a certified radon inspector. It is estimated that 6% or one out of 15 homes nationally in the United...

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,...

What to Look for When Buying a Radon Test Kit

What to Look for When Buying a Radon Test Kit

Radon gas is a tasteless, odorless, and colorless gas. There is no concentration level of radon gas that is considered safe for your health. And so, it is important to protect yourself and your household from radon gas. Avoiding the adverse effect of radon gas...

Hire a State Certified Radon Mitigation Contractor

Hire a State Certified Radon Mitigation Contractor

Radon exposure imposes a risk of causing lung cancer. Although radon cannot be eliminated, having a lower radon level at home lowers the risk of having lung cancer. Radon level is measured in the air using the unit "picocuries of radon per liter of air," or "pCi/L."...

Radon Association with Non-small Cell Lung Cancer

Radon Association with Non-small Cell Lung Cancer

Lung cancer has become far more prevalent since the 1900s. Today, it is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. It even tops heart disease as the leading cause of smoking-related mortality. Although the prevalence of lung cancer to men is second...

Radon Mitigation for Slab-on-Grade Houses

Radon Mitigation for Slab-on-Grade Houses

A usual category of houses is called slab-on-grade. These are houses that do not have a basement or crawl space beneath them, but rather they were built on top of a concrete slab. This is a construction strategy applicable where the house is located on a bedrock or a...

Practical Tips to Reduce Radon Level at Home

Practical Tips to Reduce Radon Level at Home

Radon is a radioactive gas. It is colorless, tasteless, and odorless. The only way to find out its presence is to test for it. It is common in rocks and soil. Radon concentration is relative to the concentration of uranium and thorium in the soil. The outdoor average...

Review Your Radon Service Contracts

Review Your Radon Service Contracts

The process of reviewing a radon mitigation service proposal may take time to ensure you choose the best radon mitigation professional. After you choose a proposal, you need to request a service contract. Get a contract first before getting any job done. The contract...

Miscarriage and Prematurity with Radon Exposure

Miscarriage and Prematurity with Radon Exposure

One of the root causes of many adverse birth outcomes is not well understood, but studies have shown that the environment plays an important role. The environment is a general term which may include nutrition, smoking and alcohol use, social networks, air pollution,...

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    5 star review  Paul and Tommy were great to work with. We were able to schedule a radon mitigation of our home quickly. They arrived on time, cleaned up after themselves and worked diligently to get the job completed timely and accurately. After a few days, Paul returned to read our new test results and we had gone from 11.1 down to .4. We are very happy! We know others who had to have a 2nd pipe installed or additional work completed by other companies and we were very thankful we did not have any issues. As the owner of RHS Home Inspections, it is great to have found a company who is professional, attentive and very reasonably priced to now share with my clients who are in need of radon mitigation. I highly recommend Atlantic Radon for all of your mitigation needs. Paul and Tommy are fantastic! Definitely call them, don't shop around, you get what you pay for and you will pay for remarkable service here!

    thumb David Goldberg
    4/25/2020

    5 star review  I would recommend Atlantic Real Estate Services for radon mitigation services. Tommy was very knowledgeable and spent time explaining his plan and process to me. I live in a townhouse and he took the extra time and effort to ensure the system was done well and in a fashion that is beneficial to the home owner. He ran the exhaust piping through our basement ceiling in order to keep it out of sight and because our maintenance room and sump pump are in the front of the house. No other company who quoted us were willing to run the exhaust through our ceiling. So far the radon levels have maintained below 1.0. I was very pleased with his work.

    thumb Ashley Wang
    7/13/2019

    5 star review  Tommy did a fantastic job. He will tell you the facts about your radon situation. He workman ship is great.

    thumb Edward Arneson
    2/04/2020
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