Radon Testing, Harrison ID
What to Know About Radon Gas?
Radon is a common-place cancer-causing chemical. Radon gas is scientifically proven to lead to lung cancer in humans.
A large number of houses in the Harrison ID area have a radon gas concentration above the carcinogenic limit.
Radon naturally occurs in the silt, not the building. No house, new or old, is fully encapsulated against radon gas contamination.
Each and every house interfaces with the soil underneath it uniquely. That is part of the reason why homes adjacent to each other may have significantly different radon gas accumulation.
Radon levels will rise or fall on different days and with the seasons inside of a normal range. A one-time radon gas test measures a single day or week and is a dependable indicator of whether or not the land has a radon gas issue.
Radon gas has a lifespan of only days. As such, radon gas saturation will not be any greater if the structure is sealed for months or years.
No home is 100% draft-proof.
Vapors will infiltrate through any penetration in the house such as sump drains, plumbing pipes, and slight gaps in the concrete foundation.
Your way to know confidently the accumulation of radon in the property is to have a radon test.
Measuring a home for radon is an important service when offered with a house sale.
Your radon gas technician will place the radon detectors on the property. Radon probes are placed on any level that touches the ground. For most properties, several probes are left in the structure for the radon analysis.
Your radon professional will close windows, shut the vent on the fireplace, and make certain the heating and cooling system is functioning in the required manner. The radon technician will additionally mark every necessary window with tamper indication tape to ensure that ventilation requirements are maintained.
The radon gas monitors are stored in the structure for two or three days measuring the amount of radon gas in the building. A technician will come back to the property once the radon measurement is done to take the analyzers and generate a report.
Please call today for a free pricing estimate! Our radon testing experts will come out to help you with your property, take measurements, and get you on target on making your Harrison ID property one you can take pride in!
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