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F.A.Q.

1. What is radon?
Radon is a colorless and odorless radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer.

2. How does radon get into a home?
Radon can seep into homes through cracks in the foundation, walls, or floors.

3. What is a radon mitigation system?
A radon mitigation system is a system that is designed to reduce the concentration of radon in the air of a home or building.

4. How does a radon mitigation system work?
A radon mitigation system works by directing the radon gas that is present in the home or building away from the living areas and into the outdoor air.

5. How is radon testing done?
Radon testing is typically done by placing a radon detector in the lowest level of the home, such as a basement or crawl space, for a period of time.

6. How long does radon testing take?
Radon testing typically takes anywhere from 2-7 days.

7. Who should have their home tested for radon?
All homes should be tested for radon, as radon can be present in any building, regardless of its age, location, or construction type.

8. What are the health risks associated with radon exposure?
Radon exposure can pose a significant risk to human health, particularly in the form of lung cancer.

9. How can I protect myself from radon exposure?
The best way to protect yourself from radon exposure is to have your home tested for radon and to install a radon mitigation system if necessary.

10. How long does it take to install a radon mitigation system?
The installation of a radon mitigation system typically takes anywhere from a few hours to a full day.