Radon Eliminator, a business based in Uniontown, Ohio, has announced with pride that they have recently receive a five star review on Google. They are considered to be the top radon testing and mitigation company in the state of Ohio. They have an experienced team of certified radon mitigation specialists who are experts in state of the art radon testing and removal equipment. Those interested about this can read a 5-star review here.
Cedric Mims, a representative of Radon Eliminator, says, “We feel so proud for having received yet another five star review. It certainly justifies the amount of hard work that we put into our services. And we really believe that our services are vital because, unfortunately, Ohio is one of the worst places for radon. Ohio is saturated with extremely high radon levels, so don't put your life at risk any longer.”
In the five-star review, Jamie M. says, “I am very pleased with my experience with Radon Eliminator. Cedric was awesome. He is very polite, knowledgeable, and professional. As a first time home buyer, we weren't sure who to call or what to do. Now that the process is complete, I am so happy we chose this company. If you're looking for a radon mitigation company, don't waste your time looking any further. Cedric and his team are top notch!”
Previously, Radon Eliminator had also published an article on their blog about the 10 warning signs that a home may have radon. Those who want to learn 10 radon warning signs may want to check out that article. These include people in the home experiencing persistent cough, shortness of breath, wheezing, hoarseness, chest pain, and frequent bouts with bronchitis and pneumonia.
For those who are not familiar with radon, it is an invisible gas that is formed naturally in the Earth’s crust. It is thus part of the air that people breath. Fortunately, the concentration of radon is often too small that it is relatively harmless. Except that there are areas that have high concentrations of radon. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), when the radon gas level reaches 4 PCi/L or higher, correction measures needed or else, the people who are exposed to it have high risks of getting certain diseases, especially lung cancer.
According to Radon Eliminator, there are two primary ways in which radon can find its way into a home. The first way is through the soil or rock that surround or are under the house. Uranium in the soil or rock releases radon and this can seep into the house through cracks in the floors and the walls. Thus, high concentrations of radon gas are often detected in the basement and the lower levels of a home. The other way which radon can enter a home is through the water. The radon in the soil can find its way into the well or groundwater. Thus, when people turn on the faucet or shower, the water releases radon into the air in the home.
The problem with radon is that it is virtually impossible to detect its presence just through the senses. It is odorless and colorless, and it is tasteless. It also does not leave any stains or discolorations on the walls or the floor or other parts of the home. The only way to find possible clues that radon might be present in the home is to look for entryways, such as cracks on the floor or walls. Furthermore, even if there are no entryways, that is not a guarantee that radon is not present in the home. The only way to be sure is to test for the presence of radon.
Radon Eliminator is composed of a team of well-experienced and certified professional radon mitigation specialists. They use the most up-to-date equipment for detecting radon and then getting rid of it. With the quality and reliability of their services, they are focused on becoming one the biggest and most reputable radon mitigation service providers in Ohio.
Those who want to read more about Radon Eliminator can visit their Instapaper web page or their website. People can also contact them by phone or by email.
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Radon Eliminator is an experienced team of professionally certified Radon Mitigation Specialists with state of the art radon testing and removal equipment to serve each one of our customer's unique challenges.
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