4 Reasons to Radon Test Commercial Property

1. Radon Levels Can Be High Depending On Your Location The EPA map shows the “hot spots” for radon levels in the Missouri. All the red zones have higher levels of radon determined by radioactivity, the parameters in soil, geology, and foundation types. In addition, most rocks and soil have uranium that breaks down naturally. However, sometimes when it breaks down further, radon lets out atomic particles. Once those particles get into our lungs, it alters your DNA cell and causes lung cancer or even death. Unfortunately, you can’t put a detector on the wall to detect it, and a test needs to be conducted by a professional. Buying a… Read More

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