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It’s amazing how many myths and misunderstandings there are about radon mitigation in today’s world. This gas has been known about and its dangers studied since 1900. Yet, homeowners continue to be confused or to underestimate the importance of mitigation. At RadonAway, we work hard to help customer...

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Many homeowners have never even heard of radon gas—and that’s troubling considering that estimates show 1 out of every 15 homes in the U.S. has high radon levels. So what are the dangers of elevated levels of radon? How can you know if you’re at risk? What are the best options for radon m...

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Are you in the process of learning more about radon gas? Not many Americans are familiar with the health risks associated with radon, or even know that it exists. So, you’ll be better informed that most people by your efforts. Since radon is considered a carcinogen that increases the risks of d...

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As we enter the hottest summer months, there is plenty of maintenance you need to do on your home. From getting the lawn set up to cleaning your furniture, you have plenty of things to think about. While it may be easy to brush off as an unimportant issue, it is crucial that you keep your radon...

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With everyone spending more time at home these days, it’s more important than ever to make sure home is a safe and healthy space. Environmental hazards, like the build-up of radon gas, can cause long-term damage to your body with regular exposure. If you happen to live in a neighborhood where radon...

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Radon gas is a potential household hazard that is ignored by a lot of people, until it’s too late. Yet, this is partly because of so much confusion and misunderstanding regarding this radioactive gas. If you are just learning about radon gas, here are five facts and myths to help clear the air for y...

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If you are just learning about the hazards of radon gas for people, you may also be wondering if it can hurt the other residents of your home too. Radon gas can affect cats, dogs, and other small animals in the same way it does humans, by giving them lung cancer. The idea of a beloved pet getting si...

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Most people readily associate spring with fresh air, the outdoors, and lots of activity. Many homeowners also choose this time to clean your home and get it ready for the summer. One such activity to carry out is checking the radon gas levels inside. This odorless, invisible gas can seep into t...

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As a homeowner, there are many things that you need to be aware of to keep you and your family safe. From mold to asbestos, a home can hide many hazards that you may not be aware of until you start to show symptoms from exposure. One of the most serious health hazards that can affect many homes in t...

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Testing a home for radon can help avoid health problems that you and your family may develop over time. Radon is a radioactive gas that is found in soil that can seep through the foundation of your home. While radon can safely dissipate into the air outdoors, it can build up to dangerous levels in y...

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