Radon mitigation is the process used to reduce radon gas in breathing zones of occupied buildings or to remove radon from water supplies. Radon is a significant contributor to environmental radioactivity and poses a serious health risk if not removed.
Radon removal is the process used to reduce radon gas in breathing zones of occupied buildings, or to remove radon from water supplies.
Radon is an invisible radioactive gas that can affect the health of your family.
Reducing the amount of radon in your home is easy and the techniques used by certified radon specialists to lower radon levels are effective and can save lives.
Long-term exposure to radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking and is the leading cause of lung cancer for people who have never smoked. As radon breaks down, it forms radioactive particles that can get lodged into your lung tissue as you breathe. Radon particles then release energy that can damage your lung cells. When lung cells are damaged, they have the potential to result in cancer. Mitigation reduces the risk of radon gas damaging potentially causing lung issues.
Ensuring safe removal of the asbestos-containing materials prior to beginning a project.
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