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Not everything that comes from nature is healthy or beneficial. Radon gas is natural, but it is the second most frequent cause of lung cancers in the United States. Unfortunately, it's also ubiquitous-- radon is emitted from soil, which can make radon mitigation difficult. Radon is produced via the radioactive decay of uranium. It has no color, scent, or taste, and symptoms of exposure resemble those of a host of other breathing problems.


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Radon is an "inert" vapor. This means it is impossible to detect without either a test by a radon mitigation company or a good DIY radon test. Without a test, there's no telling which homes may need radon mitigation-- the gas can appear in any home, whether it's new, old, with or without a basement, drafty, or properly insulated. An old home with a cracked foundation may be safe, while a brand-new one with no visible problems could.


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These situations are dangerous and require radon mitigation. If tests show that a home or other dwelling has elevated levels of radon, then radon mitigation is necessary. This typically involves sealing any gaps and cracks that allow radon gas to enter a home, and setting up proper ventilation to vent radon gas out of the building. One of the most common means of radon mitigation is a soil suction radon reduction system.


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This device keeps radon out of a home by suctioning it from beneath the home and venting it above the roof into the diluted atmosphere. These systems generally have a means of continually monitoring whether or not the system is operating properly, so homeowners know right away whether any maintenance or repairs are required. When contracting a radon mitigation professional to fix a problem, it's important to ensure that they are qualified.


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If the building is located in a state that offers certification for radon mitigation companies, then the state's radon office should be able to provide a list of contractors able to help with remediation.

Choosing a good radon mitigation company can also help ensure that any work they perform will most likely be guaranteed. That said, all homes and situations are different and costs for radon mitigation will vary from situation to situation.

 


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