The landscaping was perfect. The wood floors had just been refinished. The kitchen appliances have recently been updated. The original heating and cooling system in the house has been upgraded to a new, more energy efficient models. After all of these preparations, you just found out that the contract that was offered on your house […]
Category: Residential radon testing
Forget About Asbestos and Lead Paint, Is Your Home Contaminated By Radon Gas?
While American homeowners have known about the dangers of lead paint and lead contamination for decades, they may remain unaware of the dangers of radon contamination. Radon is a noble gas that is a by-product of Uranium decomposing slowly into lead. It is not used in many scientific settings and is considered hazardous in a […]