Greater Rochester Area
It is important to keep the air in your home in the best condition, you may have to have it inspected and cleaned for any sign of radon. Radon cleaning is something that many home and business owners need to have done at one time or another. Radon is an invisible, odorless, and tasteless gas that is naturally produced by the Earth. It is created when uranium decays, which happens as rocks, soil and water grow and continue to age underground. The gas usually floats harmlessly into the atmosphere, but when it is trapped inside a building it can become quite dangerous. Radon usually finds its way into buildings through foundation cracks and gaps between boards and windows.
The first step in a radon cleaning is getting the radon levels of a property tested. This can be done by contacting us. We will be able to give a very accurate reading and have a high level of experience with such projects. Plus, we will know what to do immediately should a reading be taken that is too high to be ignored.
The most common way to reduce this is to install a ventilation system that works all throughout the property. This is done after areas such as furnaces are looked at and a thorough duct cleaning is done to ensure that no contaminated air can find its way in again. Cracks in the foundation and walls of the property are also repaired.
Properties that show high radon levels should absolutely be cleaned to improve indoor air quality. It is easy to ignore such a problem, as the presence of the gas is not noticeable, but it should not be put to the side. Steps should be taken to clean the radon from any area where it is shown to exist in high quantities as soon as possible. It does take a bit of an investment to get an area cleaned, but it is well worth the money. Radon is extremely dangerous to the health of those living or working at a property if they are exposed to it for long periods of time. Make sure to contact us, so we can test your home for radon.
4205 Highway 14 West
Rochester, MN 55901
6513 Cecilia Cir.
Edina, MN 55435
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