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In Knoxville Tennessee, radon is a radioactive gas that can cause cancer. Radon cannot be seen, smelled or tasted but it might be more common than you think in Knoxville Tennessee. If you're buying a new home in Knox County, it is a good idea to have the home tested for radon prior to purchasing. If the Knoxville TN home does require radon abatement, this could be a powerful negotiating tool during the purchasing phase. There is a common misconception that if the radon levels are low in your neighbor's Knoxville home, the levels must be the same in yours, right? That's not always the case.


 

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When living in Knoxville Tennessee, it's always better to be safe than sorry. Testing your home’s radon level is the only way to be sure of the radon concentrations and identify if radon abatement is necessary. All Knoxville Tennessee homeowners are encouraged to test the radon levels in their dwellings. The US EPA estimates that as many as 20,000 lung cancer deaths are caused by radon each year including several in Knox County. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States and in Knoxville, TN. If you're a smoker and your home has high levels of radon, you are at an even higher risk for developing lung cancer.

Radon certainly is harmful to Knoxville Tennessee children as well. Children in Knox County that are exposed to radon are more vulnerable to the damage caused by radiation. To purchase a radon test kit, contact the Knox County health department or your state radon official to get more information. You may also purchase a test kit online or at the Knoxville, Tennessee home improvement store. Generally speaking, there are two tests available, short term test (which usually take 3-4 days) and there are long term test kits that take 3-12 months. In Knoxville TN, the average cost for the test kit is approximately $10-25.

Radon levels higher than four picocuries per liter in Knox County are considered dangerous and should be addressed by a radon abatement system. Although levels higher than four picocuries are considered dangerous and should be addressed with radon abatement, it is important to note that there are no “safe” levels of radon in Knoxville. All radon in Tennessee is said to have some danger. The good news is that the problem can be corrected through radon abatement. Radon abatement is a process used to reduce radon in the Knoxville, TN home or building. Radon Abatement is also known as radon mitigation.

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Radon abatement is a process that includes ventilation under the Knoxville Tennessee structure which routes the dangerous gas to the outside rather than allowing it into the home or building. In Knox County, alternative methods of radon abatement can be used such as soil suction and house pressurization. In Knoxville, Tennessee there are a few do-it yourself radon abatement systems that usually cost under a thousand dollars. If you're looking for a professional in Knoxville TN to take care of it, look for a certified radon abatement company in the Knox County area, such as SWAT Environmental of Knoxville Tennessee.


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