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Even though you cannot see, or smell radon, it may be inside of your home. Take action now during National Radon Action Month.
Wixom, MI - December 29, 2017
Michigan, December 29, 2017: Even though you cannot see, or smell radon, it may be inside of your home. Radon is a gas that is naturally produced by the breakdown of uranium in soil that travels from deep in the Earth into your home. The only way to find the gas is for it to be detected with a test kit or testing equipment. Mitch Shaver, with Finished Basements Plus is a Certified National Radon Specialist who has been helping families within Oakland County; MI. Mitch is certified with the NRPP (National Radon Proficiency Program) to test for radon and to install Radon Mitigation Systems in residences. Our past customers have exclaimed how diligent and professional Mitch is throughout the radon process.
The risks of living with radon are very high. Radon gases decay into particles and can get trapped in your lungs. These particles damage your lung tissue and can lead to lung cancer. Every 25 minutes someone in the U.S. dies from radon induced lung cancer. Radon is also the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer deaths in the United States each year with an estimated 21,000 U.S. deaths.
The process is easy! Simply call Finished Basements Plus at 248-926-6630.
We will install a Continuous Radon Monitor in your basement that will monitor the current radon levels over the course of 2 days. Radon is measured in picoCuries liter of air (pCi/L). While no level of radon exposure is considered safe, the EPA has set an action level at 4pCi/L. Once the tests are complete, Mitch will be able to tell you if your levels are above or below 4 pCi/L. Mitch can then give you a quote on mitigation services right on the spot to reduce the levels in your home as well as preventing it from ever entering your living space.
Do not live with the risks of radon gases in your home. A simple test can tell you if this gas is present. We work out of Bloomfield Hills, Novi, Wixom, and surrounding areas. Call us today to test your home for radon.
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