Radon is estimated by the Read Moreto be the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. today, causing thousands of deaths each year.
Radon in the Dayton Area
A high percentage of homes in the Dayton area are over the EPA’s safe limits guideline. Read More
Since you cannot see or smell Read More, special equipment is needed to detect it. These testing devices should be placed in the lowest level of the home that is suitable for occupancy.
Mitigation is the term used to describe the process of lowering radon levels. Read More
Ohio Contractor Certification
In many cases, home owners, buyers or sellers decide to have the radon test done by a professional radon tester. Make sure the company you hire is Certified by the Read More.