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Radon Remediation Systems

Radon is a dangerous chemical that can be found in some homes, making a radon remediation system a necessity. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that comes from rocks, water, and soil. Radon is one of the leading causes of lung cancer, especially in non-smokers. Radon testing kits are available to determine if radon is present where you live. If your home has high levels of radon the US Surgeon General recommends testing and implementing a radon remediation system to lower the levels in your living environment. High levels of radon are even more dangerous if anyone in your home is a smoker. Radon levels above 4 picocuries per liter are known to be very dangerous, but lower levels also may pose a threat to your health. Exposure to any level of radon increases your risk of lung cancer. A radon remediation system can effectively remove almost all the radon from your home. The cost of a radon remediation system depends on the size of your home and the type of radon remediation system needed. Your radon remediation system can be installed by a contractor and may have several different methods for radon reduction. The methods used by your radon remediation system will depend on many factors. One consideration is the type of foundation in your home. Each type of foundation uses a different suction method to remove radon. Other measures, which may be installed as part of a radon remediation system, include sealing cracks in the foundation, pressurizing your home to keep radon from entering, and increasing ventilation, naturally or using a heat recovery ventilator. A contractor can best help you decide what type of radon remediation system would fit your needs. Using a proper radon remediation system is essential for ensuring the health of your family.



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