Radon Inspection

Radon Inspection from General Home Inspection

By: General Home Inspection  02/28/2015
Keywords: Radon Testing, radon reduction, Radon Measurement

What is Radon? Since radon is a radioactive material, it undergoes radioactive decay that forms decay products. Both radon and its decay products then release radioactive energy that can damage lung tissue. Your risk of eventually developing lung cancer increases the more radon you are exposed to and the longer your exposure time. In fact, as the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, radon exposure results in 21,000 deaths per year. Call Today for More Info!

Keywords: Radon Detection, Radon Inspection, Radon Inspection & Testing, Radon Inspector, Radon Measurement, Radon Monitoring, radon reduction, Radon Remediation, Radon Screening, Radon Testing

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