Keeping Your Home’s Breathing Air Safe
According to the EPA the dangerous, carcinogenic gas, radon, is considered “the largest single exposure to natural radiation any of us will face.”1 And it’s causing lung cancer-related deaths in Utah. In fact, it’s the leading cause of cancer in our great state.2 It doesn’t have to be this way.
We have a dedicated team of certified and licensed technicians equipped to provide you with the fast and accurate radon testing results you need to have the peace of mind that your home is safe. If your levels are above the recommended 4pCi/L3 (Picocuries per liter, our experts will protect you and your loved ones with the appropriate mitigation or remediation system. “Utah is known for having high levels of radon and for that reason, the EPA4 has recommended all homeowners have a radon testing home inspection for this cancer-causing, odorless gas. As stated in the Deseret News in February of 2020, “Radon may be one of the deadliest killers in Utah, and one of the most ignored.”5 Let Utah Radon Defense keep you and your loved ones safe!
Testing Your Home
At Utah Radon Defense, we make the process of residential radon testing simple and fast to put your mind at ease. We will set up a highly accurate, radon testing device. Upon completion of radon testing home inspection, our technician can discuss your results with you. Your radon level will inform our team on whether or not to recommend a mitigation system to lessen the radon level in your home. When possible, we will use remediation techniques to reduce the levels of radon ensuring safe breathing air for your home. Our advanced mitigation services will reduce the radon in your home to a safe level ensuring your breathing air is safe for you and your family.
- “Radiation Sources and Doses.” EPA, Environmental Protection Agency, 6 Aug. 2019, www.epa.gov/radiation/radiation-sources-and-doses.
- American Cancer Society: Cancer Facts & Statistics.” American Cancer Society | Cancer Facts & Statistics, cancerstatisticscenter.cancer.org/
- What is radon gas? Is it dangerous? https://www.epa.gov/radiation/what-radon-gas-it-dangerous
- “Protect Yourself and Your Family from Radon.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 8 Jan. 2020, www.cdc.gov/nceh/features/protect-home-radon/index.html.