Radon Assessment

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Radon Assessment

You can’t see, smell or taste it. You may be drinking or breathing it. It’s located everywhere, and at various levels. Radon is a natural radioactive gas, which seeps into buildings from minute amounts of uranium that is present in all rocks, soil, bricks, granite counter tops and concrete. In highly concentrated amounts, radon can be harmful to the human body, but there is absolutely no need to panic. The following information will tell you what radon is, how to tell if it affects your home or workplace, and what you can do to reduce it. Remember, radon has been in the earth since the formation of our planet, and with proper testing and mitigation, we can keep everyone safe from its effects.

Health Concerns

Radon may cause cancer, and may be found in drinking water and indoor air. Some people who are exposed to radon in drinking water may have an increased risk of contracting cancer over the course of their lifetime, especially lung cancer. Radon in soil under homes is the biggest source of radon Read More Here . . .