Radon Mitigation and HUD The new regulations set in place by HUD highlighted in our article last month are a testament of what is our efforts and the efforts of others at shedding light on the dangers of radon gas. The recent regulations are now requiring that a radon test be conducted on every unit [...]
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Why Radon Lung Cancer is a Concern Radon gas is a serious cause of concern for many who rent homes across the United States. If you have ever rented a home, you probably know that there is always a bit of confusion as to whether or not you are responsible for specific repairs and maintenance. [...]
Why Radon Mitigation in Schools is Needed Radon mitigation in schools can help us take back the safety of all schools across America, and make them a healthy place for students to learn. While much time and energy has been focused on the safety of schools through new gun laws, there is a strong need [...]
National Radon Action Month Approaching Every January, radon action month occurs. This is the time of year in which people across the nation take action to improve the safety of their home in regard to radon. Every year radon is known to cause tens of thousands of deaths. Something has to be done. Radon gas [...]