How to Reduce Radon in Your Home or Business

If you recently had your home or business tested for radon and uncovered elevated levels of the gas inside your building, chances are you were told you’d need to have radon mitigation performed. The results may have left you with questions like: What exactly is radon gas? How does radon mitigation work? Is radon mitigation […]

Why Radon Levels Fluctuate in Portland, OR

If you’ve had your home or business tested for elevated levels of radon in the past, you might feel confident that your home is in the clear. But your confidence level should depend on how long ago that radon testing took place. Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is released when radioactive metals, such […]

The Highest Radon Concentrations in Portland, OR

Radon is a naturally occurring gas that forms when radioactive metals such as uranium and radium decay. Because it is formed in the ground, radon gas exists almost everywhere in small quantities.  While it’s true that most people breathe in small amounts of radon every day, radon gas can become dangerous to your health – […]

What Are the Symptoms of Radon Exposure?

When you first move into a new home or office building, having it tested for radon gas probably isn’t the first thing on your to-do list. In fact, you may not even be aware it’s something you should be considering.  Radon is a naturally occurring gas that is released when radioactive elements (like uranium and […]

What is Radon and Where Does it Come From?

The last time you moved into a new home or office building, you may have been advised to have it tested for radon to help keep you and other occupants safe. This probably left you wondering, “What is radon, anyway?” Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that has no odor, color or taste, which […]

Everything You Need To Know About Radon

What is Radon? Radon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that is created from the natural breakdown of uranium found in soil, rocks and water. The gas itself rises from the ground below and can permeate the grounds and walls of your home as well as contaminate well water. Many times, homes and other […]