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All Radon Removal, LLC is qualified, licensed and insured to perform radon measurementfor air and water.
All Radon Removal is also qualified, licensed and insured to perform radon mitigation for air and water.
Who are we? All Radon Removal is an owner operated local company that is licensed and insured. Al, the owner, has over 35 years of experience in his trade and holds five CT licenses along with the Radon Mitigation Certifications that are required to Test and Mitigate Radon Gas in Your Home. His continued dedication to Education, Certifications, and Licenses, insures you have the latest building products, technologies, and codes required for your home.
What is radon? Radon is a radioactive gas that is odorless and tasteless. Radon gas occurs naturally from the breakdown of uranium in the rocks, soil and water surrounding your home. Radon can be found within you home and in your well water. Exposure to radon does not produce any symptoms.
When should you test for radon? NOW! Radon inside your home can build up over time if not treated. Same goes for radon in your water. Now is the time to test for radon levels in your air and water. Also, if you are in the market to buy a home, you will want to have the radon levels tested in both the air and water. Peace of mind is priceless!
Where should you test? Most radon air testing is performed within the basement area of your home. In some cases, testing may occur on upper levels in the home. A water sample from a faucet within the home is taken for radon water testing. Radon gas levels outdoors are usually low enough to not be of concern. Radon is found all over the United States.
Why test for radon? Radon is a radioactive gas that has been found to be cancer causing. High levels of radon gas can build up within your home in the air and water if not mitigated. Radon gas can be inhaled as the gas lingers in the air or ingested through your water. Radon in the air is a higher risk than radon in water but both still should be tested for.
How does radon get in? Radon can seep into the air of your home through cracks and other openings in your home's foundation. Here are a few examples of how radon can get into your home:
Radon can also be found in your water. Most of the time, the radon gas from your water is released into the air when you do normal household things like showers, running faucet water, dishes, etc.