The Harmful Effects of Radon
Radon, an odorless, tasteless, and invisible radioactive gas, originates from the natural decay of uranium in soil, rocks, water and certain construction materials. Research from entities like the National Cancer Institute, EPA, and the National Academy of Sciences indicates a connection between prolonged radon exposure and adverse health effects, including being a significant contributor to lung cancer.
How We Can Help.
We take radon testing seriously. That's why we use advanced technology to ensure accurate results. Our state-of-the-art equipment helps us to detect even the smallest amounts of radon in your home or workplace. With our commitment to using the latest technology, you can rest assured that your radon test will be conducted with the utmost precision and care.
Bridgeway Environmental is committed to ensuring the well-being of its customers, which is why we rely on the expertise of certified air quality consultants to inspect for radon. Our consultants utilize advanced equipment to test the air quality in your home or workplace and furnish you with a thorough report that highlights any possible hazards. With our assistance, you can rest easy knowing that your indoor air is pure and secure.
After completing a radon remediation, it is important to retest your home to ensure that the levels of radon gas have been effectively reduced. The recommended time frame for retesting is at least 24 hours after remediation system has been installed and is fully operational. It is also important to ensure that the testing is conducted in the lowest livable area of the home, such as the basement or first floor. By retesting your home after remediation, you can have peace of mind knowing that your indoor air quality is safe for you and your family.