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Radon Testing

Radon comes from natural deposits of uranium in the soil. Radon is found everywhere in the world so any building has the potential for elevated levels of radon. Because it is a gas, radon can move through the soil to enter a building or home through entry points. Once it enter the building, it moves upward in the structure where it can be diluted with fresh outdoor air. Radon is typically at it's highest concentration in the lower portion of a building.

The EPA, Surgeon General and the Illinois Emergency Management Agency recommend that ALL homes be tested. 

A certified inspector will utilize radon monitor technology to detect the radon level in the lowest levels of the home. If levels are above the action level, EES offers mitigation project monitoring and provide the final clearance at a discounted rate.

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