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Vetting Radon Contractors: 10 Essential Interview Questions

You’ve tested your home and found you have hazardous radon levels requiring mitigation system installation. Finding the right radon contractor for the job is critical, but how do you vet potential hires? Asking insightful questions during interviews helps homeowners select qualified radon mitigation professionals who provide superior service. The Health Risks of Radon Gas Exposure …

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The Invisible Threat in Fort Collins Homes – The Radon Danger

An invisible threat lurks in Fort Collins homes, exposing residents to harmful radiation that can lead to lung cancer. It’s called radon – a radioactive gas that arises naturally from uranium decay underground. While radon is present across the U.S., factors specific to Fort Collins put many homes here at high risk for radon accumulation …

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Hot Zones – High-Radon Neighborhoods in Fort Collins

Radon, an invisible radioactive gas, is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers. This odorless threat seeps into homes through foundations, undetected, accumulating to hazardous levels indoors. Prolonged radon exposure greatly increases lung cancer risks. While radon can be found almost anywhere, data shows certain Fort Collins neighborhoods have significantly higher concentrations based on …

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Understanding Radon – The Invisible Threat and How Fort Collins is Fighting Back

Radon is an invisible threat that lurks in homes across Fort Collins and beyond. As an odorless, colorless gas that forms naturally from the decay of radioactive elements like uranium in soil and rock, radon seeps into buildings through cracks in foundations and floors. Prolonged exposure to elevated levels of radon is the leading cause …

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