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Radon concentrations rise in the winter – time to get tested!

by | Jan 10, 2014

Concentrations are higher in winter when houses are closed against the cold. So if you’re not certain about your abode’s levels, now is the best time to do the test. If a radon test shows higher levels of radon than recommended, a mitigation system can be installed that will lower radon to an acceptable level.

Remember, radon is the No. 1 cause of lung cancer among nonsmokers and the No. 2 cause of lung cancer overall. People in Durango, Colorado are taking taking Radon mitigation seriously. You should be too.

We know radon testing can be intimidating. Call us at 720-726-4556 or contact us and we’ll answer any questions you have.


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