Did you know that radon is a leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S., second only to smoking? Plus, radon has been found in homes in every state, and these levels can vary greatly from neighborhood to neighborhood.
If you’re worried that there may be high levels of radon in your home, it’s a good idea to have us come and conduct radon testing for the following reasons:
- After the radon testing process is completed, the techniques used to lower the levels of this harmful gas are very effective. In most cases, these techniques can reduce radon levels by up to 50 percent, and they can also decrease moisture problems within your home.
- Fixing a radon problem in your home is a cost-effective process. Additionally, fixing the problem now instead of later can save you money in the long run because your home will become more energy efficient.
- Reducing radon levels in your home isn’t a difficult process. For example, sometimes all it takes is installing a vent fan as part of your radon reduction system.
If you’re still on the fence about whether you should have radon testing done in your home, we’d be more than happy to provide you with further information. Contact us at Dry Foundation Technologies today to discuss our testing processes with one of our friendly professionals. We look forward to hearing from you!