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Radon Connected to Lung Cancer

Have you heard of radon? Maybe you have, but it’s hard to know if you’ve been exposed. This is because radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas. If you knew what problems high levels of radon could cause, you may start to be more careful! First of all, radon forms...

Can Radon Affect those around Me?

The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry among many others have linked the toxic gas Radon to lung cancer (www.atsdr.cdc.gov). While many homeowners are becoming more aware of the negative effects of Radon exposure in the home, not enough are aware of the effects it can have on those...

Radon Mitigation: What Are Those?!

Maybe this is your first time dealing with high levels of radon or perhaps you just want to learn more about the radon mitigation process. Don’t be alarmed by the devices and tools used for radon mitigation; here’s what each of them do. There are two different methods Radon Crew...

School’s Out in South Dakota

The school year has concluded, which means it’s summer. The kids will now be hanging out at home a lot more. What’s the one place in the house they are guaranteed to go during the summer? The basement. It’s the coolest place in your home on a hot summer day....

It’s Time

The time to check your home for Radon is right now. We know, it sounds blunt, but that is truth. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer and the Sioux Falls area is the highest concentration in the country. So, how can you test for radon? There are...

How Radon Forms

What is radon exactly, and where does it come from? Contrary to popular belief, Radon is not formed or produced as a commercial product, but instead, radon comes from the natural breakdown of Uranium, usually found in natural elements, such as soil and rock, but it can also occur in...

Building Safely

You decide to build a house. The easy decisions are between things like color, whether you want a porch out front and square footage. The difficult decisions include the type of kitchen counter, whether you want a guest bedroom (also known as an excuse for in-laws to stay longer) and if...

The Time to Mitigate is Now

The United States isn’t doing much about radon, and that’s dangerous. Radon is the second leading cause for lung cancer in the U.S. and safety from is only a few steps away. The risk of radon is known; those steps to safety are known, but little has been done to combat...

Customer Service

When someone gets hurt, you call a doctor. When you get into a car accident, you call insurance. When a contract is broken, you call a lawyer. When things go awry, you call the people who know what to do and how to get it done. That’s why you call...