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Radon Testing With RADALINK®

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Radon Testing

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Test Results You Can Depend On! Sellers can easily compromise most radon tests to avoid responsibility. Who will know if they open the windows of move the test device to get a false low? Radalink® Radon Monitors detect any unusual readings of radon, temperature and humidity caused by opening the surrounding windows. Tilt and power sensors detect if the monitor is moved to a different location. Hourly barometric pressure readings will even help detect unusual radon averages due to extreme weather conditions. All data is reviewed for any sign of suspected tampering by our team of trained professionals. BottomLine: It is extremely difficult to compromise a Radalink® Radon Test without getting caught.


Be Sure, Be Safe, Test Your Home For Radon Today!

Are You Safe from the Dangers of Radon Gas?

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas released in rock, soil, and water from the natural decay of uranium. While levels in outdoor air pose a relatively low threat to human health, radon can accumulate to dangerous levels inside buildings. You can’t see, smell, or taste it. Elevated radon levels in your home may be affecting the health of your family. Exposure to radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States and the number one cause among non-smokers. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that radon causes more than 20,000 lung cancer deaths in the country each year. Only smoking causes more lung cancer deaths. If you smoke and your home has radon, your risk of lung cancer can be higher.

Should I Test My Home for Radon?

Yes!, In-fact the Surgeon General recommends that all homes in the U.S. be tested for radon. And if there are high levels detected, they recommend taking action to reduce the levels of radon to prevent serious health risks to you and your family.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get The Facts

Radon is a Cancer-Causing, Radioactive Gas

Radon has been found in elevated levels in homes in every state. No area of the country is free from risk. Indeed, two homes right next to each other can have vastly different radon levels. Just because your neighbor’s house does not have an elevated level of radon does not mean that your house will have a low radon level. The only way to know if your home is under the EPA action level of 4 pCi/L is to test. High levels of radon in homes usually come from the surrounding soil. Radon gas enters through cracks and openings, such as sump pump lids and plumbing features, on the lower levels of your home. Hot spots include basements, first-floor rooms, and garages, but radon can be found anywhere in your house.