Do you think you may have radon present in your home or the ground surrounding your home? Even if you don’t believe that you do, it’s important to have a radon mitigation and abatement company provide testing.
Radon mitigation and abatement is important in order to protect and take preventative measures against this dangerous gas. Radon may remain undetected due to the fact that this natural, radioactive gas is invisible and odorless.
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA), for every 15 homes, roughly one has radon levels that exceed its action levels. When these levels are reduced by two-to-four percent, scientific estimate