Radon is a leading cause of lung cancer. Radon is most common in the basement. Join the discussion to get the latest news and resources to help you protect your family's health.
Latest Activity: Nov 22, 2013
If the State and plumbing industry get their way a sump pump installation can only be done by a licensed plumber. This is amazing since most plumbers put in a five gallon bucket and leave it open to vent radon, ground humidity right up into the basement.There is a group of waterproofing contractors who have hired lawyers to defend the rights of waterproofing, radon and foundation repair companies so that they can continue to install sump pumps and drainage systems without having to hire a…Continue
I see most of you are waterproofers, basement drainage, or structural repair contractors. What is your experience with radon in your service area?Do you run into a lot of Radon Mitigation systems? Are your customers concerned about radon? Do they even know what it is?Do you avoid the topic? Or do you discuss it in your contracts? Continue
On Oct 16 -17, 2011 Basement Health Association will hold a Regional Meeting in Orlando, FL in conjunction with The American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists Symposium. Learn moreContinue
I stumbled across this on the internet the other day. It is an article about radon and how it can cause lung cancer. January is radon awareness month - spread the word and save lives. EPA recommends testing your home every 2 years.http://news.medill.northwestern.edu/chicago/news.aspx?id=177407Continue
It seems like there is plenty of evidence that opened channel drainage systems will allow radon , other soil gases and ground moisture into the basement and upwards to the upper levels of the home. Why then are the majority of basement waterproofing contractors installing these open systems when they could easily install a closed system?Doesn't it make sense to install a system that is radon ready so that the radon professional can easily attach his radon removal system to it ?If you are a…Continue
Radon is a leading cause of lung cancer. It is an odorless gas that can enter the lower levels of a home. The EPA recommends test every home every two years.This group is dedicated to public awareness of Radon. Continue