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Radon gas is something that causes lung cancer and deaths every day in the U.S. You need to make sure you have had a radon test to determine the levels in your home or office. You should consider radon reduction (remediation) as soon as possible if the levels are 4 or higher. You may not realize what the abatement process can do for you, but you can protect the health of your family or workers with just a few simple steps. In America, radon gas emanates up from the ground that homes and buildings sit on.

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American radon levels vary based where the homes or buildings are, and those levels can change based on the season. Radon is an odorless gas in America (and worldwide) that you cannot see as it seeps into the home. Also, you need to make sure that you have a radon test done every two years to make sure that new veins of radon have not opened beneath your home or building. The tests: A radon test involves a simple machine that measures the amount of the radon in the air.

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Radon gas levels are compared against an "acceptable" average (less than 4 pCi/l) and the testing firm can recommend abatement (a.k.a. remediation, mitigation or radon reduction services.) When you have these tests done, you want to make sure you hold on to the results. The results of the test can be used to show whether or not you have elevated levels of radon in the house. These test results can be provided when you hire the company to help with the problem.

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