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Radon Testing of Minnesota

All I do is Radon Testing I don't do mitigations so my only interest is getting you accurate results.

 

Contact: Greg Peters

Phone 612-875-5345

Email greg@radontestingmn.com

 

 

All I do is Radon Testing I don't do migrations so my only interest is getting you accurate results.

NRPP/AARST ID# 107636RT

Radon In Minnesota Homes

November 23, 2014

 A estimated two out of five or more Minnesota homes and buildings can contain high levels of radon gas. What is radon? Radon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless radioactive gas that occurs naturally in most rocks and soil. It is produced by the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water. Radon is harmlessly dispersed in outdoor air, but when trapped in buildings it increases the risk of lung cancer, especially at elevated levels. It typically enters a home the same way air and other soil gases enter the home, through cracks in the foundation, floor or walls, hollow-block walls, and openings around pipes, sump pumps, and floor drains. It can also be present in some construction materials and in water from underground sources including private wells. Any home, regardless of age, energy-efficiency, or foundation type, could have a radon problem. The only way to know whether or not a particular home has a problem is to test that home.

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November 19, 2014


  Radon In Minnesota  Homes

 An estimated two out of five or more Minnesota homes and buildings can contain high levels of radon gas. 

 What is radon? 

 Radon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless radioactive gas that is produced by the breakdown of naturally occurring uranium and Radium in soil, rock and water. 

 Radon is harmlessly dispersed in outdoor air, but when trapped in buildings it increases the risk of lung cancer, especially at elevated levels, the higher the radon concentration the greater the risk of lung cancer. 

 Radon typically enters a home the same way air and other soil gases enter the home, through cracks in the foundation, floor's, walls and also hollow-block walls, openings around pipes, sump pumps, and floor drains. It can also be present in some construction materials and in water from underground sources including private wells.

 Any home, regardless of age, energy-efficiency, or foundation type, could have a radon problem. The only way to know whether or not a particular home has a problem is to test that home.

Why do Radon Testing?

October 19, 2014

Radon Is A class A carcinogen, what that tells you is Radon is known to cause cancer weather you believe in it or not its a threat to your family's health. 

 Let Radon Testing of Minnesota do a quick 48 hour test on your home to make sure your home is not harmful to your family's health.