Radon is an odorless, tasteless, colorless, invisible radioactive gas, and a Class A carcinogen that is typically found in soil, bedrock and water. It is created from the breakdown of uranium in the Earth. Although it's naturally occurring, it can contribute to health problems like lung cancer. Radon gas is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer, smoking being the leading cause of lung cancer. Radon gas is everywhere all over the world. Every home has radon gas in it, it's just a matter of how much. Professional radon testing is the only way to determine if you're dealing with unsafe radon levels. Radon lives in pockets. One house may low, but the house right next door could be way high. Some of the effects of radon exposure are lung cancer, emphysema, and hardening/damaged lung tissue.
Certified Radon Services offers radon testing to Billings, MT-area property owners. During your radon test, we'll use state-of-the-art equipment to measure the radon levels in your home or office building.
Call 406-656-8400 today to schedule radon testing services.
A sub-slab or sub-membrane depressurization system can significantly reduce your property's radon levels. When you choose Certified Radon Services for radon testing, you won't have to call another contractor to install your radon mitigation system.
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Not all radon experts in Billings, MT have the same hands-on training and eye for detail. Certified Radon Services is a cut above the rest. Our clients also choose us because...
We have two decades of home construction experience. Our lead expert has been focusing on radon detection and mitigation for 17 years. You can count on him to examine your home thoroughly.
We’re insured and licensed to provide radon testing services. You can trust our testing methods and results.
We’re National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP)-certified. Rest easy knowing we’ll follow this organization’s stringent guidelines when conducting your radon test.
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