Why Spend Money on Reducing Something That You Can’t See, Taste or Smell?
Because It Can Kill You.
The number one cause of lung cancer for non-smokers is from radon. Radon is the number two cause of lung cancer overall. Recent studies have also linked radon to malignant skin cancer and leukemia. In the United States alone it’s estimated that 21,000 people die from radon exposure each year.
The harm from exposure to increased levels of radon is exponential. It’s akin to the Richter scale for measuring earthquakes. Because the natural outdoor occurrence of radon averages .04 PiC/l it’s technically impossible to reduce radon levels to zero. However, JustRadon.Com routinely reduces radon levels to under 2.0 PiC/
Radon is a naturally occurring gas that originates from uranium deposits in the ground. Uranium deposits are found throughout the United States. Some states, such as Iowa and South Dakota, have more radon than others but there’s no state that’s free from radon. In
Radon enters a home by way of a vacuum created by unequal atmospheric pressures between the inside and outside of the home. This disequilibrium draws radon up from the soil and into the house. Wind, rain, temperature and mechanical means can each, or together, create the forces that
Radon reduction to low levels can be completed
Radon Causes Lung Tumors
Radon has been proven to be the number one cause of lung cancer in non-smokers. A study completed in 2017 also links radon exposure to malignant melanoma and leukemia. Every health organization agrees that there is no safe level of radon gas.