Additional Information and Resources

American Radon Removal is proud to provide you with the most up-to-date information and resources about radon and radon removal. We are committed to helping you make informed decisions about radon and radon removal, and this page is regularly updated with helpful tips and advice about radon. We have written about topics such as the health risks associated with radon, the most effective ways to test for radon in your home, and other ideas around mitigation. Our goal is to educate our visitors about radon and help them understand the vocabulary associated with it. If you are interested in learning more about radon, we encourage you to explore the links below.

What is Radon and Why it Should be Monitored

In this resource we explore the components of radon. What is this odorless and colorless gas, and why are people so afraid of it?

What is Radon Mitigation?

Details about how radon can systematically be removed from a home or building can be found here. 

The Radon Inspection Process

If you would like to know more about what the radon inspection process entails, you’ve found the right resource. This page will explain different testing methods and devices uses for radon inspections.

Dispelling Radon Myths for Old & New Homes

There are a number of different myths that revolve around how radon interacts with older and newer homes. We’ll dig into the facts here.

Understanding Causes of Lung Cancer

Are you curious about the risks of radon exposure? In this resource we compare lung cancer risk for smokers and non-smokers, related to radon.

Keeping Schools Safe Via Radon Mitigation

Radon is not always residential related. Schools are often at risk without proper mitigation and regular testing. Find out more here. 

The Development of Radon Mitigation in the U.S.

Let’s go way back and discover the unique story behind how radon mitigation was discovered and how it formed the radon mitigation industry.

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