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Radon Awareness Month

Cara Pearlman

With over two decades of industry experience, Cara possesses an extensive knowledge of the local real estate market...

With over two decades of industry experience, Cara possesses an extensive knowledge of the local real estate market...

Jan 24 3 minutes read

January marks Radon Awareness Month, shedding light on a silent threat that could be lurking in your home. Radon, a colorless, odorless gas, is a natural radioactive element that can seep into homes, posing potential health risks. Here's why it's crucial for homeowners to consider testing for radon and where to get started.

Why Radon Testing Matters:

Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer, responsible for thousands of deaths each year. Unlike other household issues, it's not something you can see, smell, or taste. This makes testing the only reliable way to know if your home has elevated radon levels. Whether you're planning to sell, buy, or simply ensure a safe living environment, testing for radon is a proactive step toward protecting your loved ones.

Where To Find Radon Testers and Our Recommended Professionals:

Radon testing kits are widely available and can be purchased online, at home improvement stores, or through local health departments. These kits typically include easy-to-follow instructions for accurate testing. We recommend the First Alert Radon Gas Test Kit if you are planning to do the test yourself.  For a more comprehensive approach, consider enlisting the services of a professional radon testing company, ensuring precise results and peace of mind:

Craig Smith
Cos Environmental
240.344.5538
[email protected]

Roberts Radon
301.750.2695
www.robertsradon.com

Envirolabs
301.468.6666
www.envirolabs-inc.com

Getting Tested:

Testing for radon is a simple process that can be completed in a few days. The kit is strategically placed in the lowest livable area of your home, often the basement. Following the recommended testing period, the kit is sealed and sent to a laboratory for analysis. Results are then provided, indicating whether further action, such as radon mitigation, is necessary.

What To Do If Your Home Has Radon:

Consulting with radon mitigation professionals is the first step, allowing them to assess and address the issue. Installing a radon mitigation system, such as sub-slab depressurization, can effectively reduce radon levels. Don't panic; we have trusted partners who can assist with remediation providing you with peace of mind for a healthier home.

Reliable Radon
www.reliableradonpro.com
410.627.2055  

SWAT Environmental
https://swat-radon.com/

877.947.9723

In conclusion, Radon Awareness Month serves as a reminder for homeowners to take a proactive approach to ensure the air they breathe is free from this silent danger. Whether buying or selling, prioritizing radon testing is an important part of homeownership. 

Take the first step towards a safer home by testing for radon – because every breath matters.

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