According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), evidence demonstrates a link between lung cancer and high concentrations of radon. Radon is considered a significant indoor air contaminant in geographic areas where radon is present in high concentrations (such as in Northeast Wisconsin).
Radon Gas Exposure Affects Health Wherever You Live
As we celebrate our nineteen years in the Radon business I’ve pondered what is the toughest part. Dealing with employee issues is not that hard because we really don’t have any. Dealing with irate customers is not hard, because again, we don’t really have any. What has been hard over the years in this Radon […]
The hardest part of my day. A few days ago I went to a home in Appleton to do an estimate for a Radon system. This is part of my duties while running the Radon business. After speaking with the owner for a while he let me know the reason I was there. His wife was […]
Leukemia and Radon Based on research done by Gary G Schwartz and Marilyn G Klug and published by Future Medicine there is a strong possibility that exposure to radon increases the risk of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). Check out their full paper on their research and their findings here. Exposure to radon over a long […]
5 things you should know about Radon 1. It’s the leading cause of Lung Cancer in nonsmokers. On average Radon is the result of 21,000 deaths each year. 2. It can be found almost everywhere in Wisconsin. Radon is found in 5-10% of the homes in Wisconsin above the US EPA guideline of 4 pCi/L. […]