Radon is a radioactive gas formed when certain radioactive elements, like uranium, break down. It’s a colorless and odorless gas, so it’s impossible for you to detect without special tools designed for that purpose.
You may have heard of radon testing and radon mitigation, but you might not really understand what radon is and why you should be concerned about it. Because of the dangers of radon
This guide can help you learn a little more about the costs and benefits of radon mitigation systems so that you’ll know what to expect.
Learn a little more about radon mitigation services so that you’ll know how our radon mitigation team can help reduce the levels of radon in your home.