Why Should I Check for Radioactive Radon Gas?
In the past, lung cancer among non-smokers had largely been attributed to exposure to substances such as coal. According to the EPA, though, radon gas is now the primary cause of such carcinomas among those who do not smoke. Given the Ohio Department of Health’s estimates that about half of the homes and other structures in the state have above the recommended maximum radon level, it becomes clear that you need to protect yourself, your family, and your employees. Checking for radioactive gas, along with radon mitigation, remains your best option for reducing the risk of developing serious health issues from radon exposure.
We Are the Qualified Experienced Choice
Our licensed specialists can provide comprehensive testing services for all building types, not just homes and apartments. We are also qualified to provide radon testing for your schools, government and private offices, and medical facilities. Our professionals maintain five licenses with Ohio Department of Health, and have conducted around 25,000 radon tests. Environmental Doctor has served the Dayton area for more than 25 years, and we meet the requirements set forth by not just the EPA, but those of HUD, AARST, and NRPP, as well. We have the experience and qualifications you need to help you leave your radon worries behind.