Radon is a cancer-causing gas found in the air that you breathe. It is estimated that thousands of deaths are caused by radon each year. Radon is such a threat that the Surgeon General has even warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States today. The only thing that causes more lung cancer deaths is smoking. Just imagine how high your risk is if you smoke and your home has high levels of radon!
Basement Systems of Tennessee can provide you with services from a certified Radon Gas Measurement Specialist, who will perform a Continuous Radon Monitor test in your home. This test is the most accurate radon test in the industry and is capable of providing reliable results within 48 hours. It takes just three steps!
Radon Testing Steps:
- Step 1: Contact us by calling or e-mailing us online. Our Radon Gas Measurement Specialist will coordinate a good time to stop by your house to set up the Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM).
- Step 2: Our Radon Gas Measurement Specialist will install the CRM. This visit will take about five minutes, during which time the specialist makes sure that the CRM is placed in the best location in your house. The specialist will also make sure you’re informed of the required conditions for accurate testing.
- Step 3: The specialist will return after a minimum of 48 hours have passed. During this second meeting, the specialist will print your radon testing results right there on the spot. This process should take between 10 and 15 minutes.
Speak To An Expert Today
To test for radon gas levels in your home, Dayton’s Pest Control is the one to contact. Depending on your radon test results, you can decide if further action is required in your home. If the levels in your home are above what is recommended, we can customize a radon mitigation system to fix the problem. Call today for a radon testing appointment or to receive a free radon mitigation quote. Dayton’s Pest Control of Tennessee services Sharps Chapel, Sevierville, Tazewell, White Pine, and the surrounding areas.
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