When it comes to testing your home for radon gas levels and subsequently installing a radon mitigation system, you want to make sure you have the most knowledgeable of companies do the work. If you call SWAT Environmental of Utah, you can be sure of that. Regular testing for radon gas in certain parts of the country is important, as radon gas naturally exists in the groundwater and soil of certain parts. When it exists in the groundwater and soil it can seep into your home and create serious health concerns. SWAT does accurate testing for your property, and if the radon levels are high they can tell you how it is coming into your property and how to decrease the high levels back to a healthy level.
Overexposure to radon gas over time is a leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. This rate can be greatly decreased if more property and home owners regularly check the radon levels in their homes and apartments. SWAT Environmental can help with this task by effectively testing and reducing radon in living quarters. High levels of radon can be very dangerous so it is important to take the right steps to ensure that you and your family will be safe. Radon mitigation is the process of decreasing radon levels in a building, and it can be done even in places where radon gas levels are especially high in the soil. The most common method of reducing radon levels involves pressure, which is one way of causing the radon so leak into your home in the first place. Pressure differences between the soil and your living space can create a vacuum that sucks radon out of the soil. Simply change the negative pressure to a positive pressure and the radon will no longer move into your living spaces. SWAT Environmental uses specific technology to make this happen and to keep your radon levels low.
No matter how the radon is entering your home (because there are several ways for it to do so), there is a solution. SWAT offers several radon mitigation techniques and methods so that no matter what sort of situation your home is in, they will be able to help with radon exposure. They even have the technology to reduce the radon levels in the water that comes into your home. In some parts of the country radon is present in groundwater, so if you use a well that is near a pocket, you could be exposing yourself to radon every time you turn on the faucet. If you have never tested your water, now is a good time to start. Keeping your family safe comes in many forms, and we all know that radon is just one of the many things to worry about within your home. To reduce stress, you can knock out the radon problem as soon as you find it with SWAT Environmental. If you find that your home’s radon levels are high, take the necessary steps right away to fix the problem and you can breath easy.