Twin Falls Radon Testing & Mitigation
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At Magic Valley Restoration & Construction, we are committed to making sure your home is safe. If you suspect there is radon in your home, schedule an inspection with our team right away. Our highly trained professionals are equipped with the knowledge and resources necessary to provide accurate results and dependable mitigation services in the event that radon is detected. We take action quickly and use top-rated radon mitigation equipment to reduce radon levels in your home and protect your family.
Call (208) 215-7607 for radon testing and mitigation in Twin Falls.
We Are a Proud AARST Member
To ensure you are receiving the very best radon recommendations, testing, and treatment, we have become a certified AARST member. AARST is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fighting for change in radon policies, protecting individuals from exposure, sharing useful and correct information about radon with the public, and adhering to the highest standards of practice when measuring and mitigating radon.
Here at Magic Valley Restoration & Construction, your safety is our utmost priority, which is why our team goes above and beyond to ensure we are up to date on the latest advancements in radon testing and mitigation.
What Is Radon?
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that has no taste, odor, or color. It is produced by the natural decay of uranium in rocks, soil, water, and air. While radon is considered harmless when it occurs outdoors in lower levels, it is extremely harmful when it becomes concentrated inside homes or other structures.
How Does Radon Get into a Home?
Homes act as vacuums to the soil beneath them, which makes it easy for radon to move up through the ground and enter them via cracks and gaps in construction joints, plumbing pipes, foundations, wires, or walls. Once inside a home, radon tends to remain in the lower levels – such as a crawl space or basement – building up over time. Being heavier than air, it doesn’t often rise up to the higher levels of a home.
What Is the Best Way to Detect Radon?
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends hiring qualified professionals to conduct radon tests in your home.
You should schedule a radon test if:
- You’ve never tested your home before
- You are buying or selling a home
- You are experiencing radon-related symptoms
- Your home is being renovated
- You are planning on converting the basement to a bedroom
What Are the Symptoms of High Radon Exposure?
Radon, the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking, is found to be responsible for up to 14% of lung cancers in the country according to the World Health Organization. It might take years of exposure before any health problems occur, and by the time symptoms do occur, many affected individuals either already have cancer or almost have it.
Some of the most common symptoms of high radon exposure include:
- Shortness of breath
- Difficulty breathing
- Persistent cough
- Chest tightness
- Trouble swallowing
- Coughing up blood
- Weight loss
- Frequent lung infections
For smokers, radon is significantly more harmful. If you are a smoker living in a home with radon, it is recommended that you quit smoking immediately to mitigate the risk of cancer.
Any individuals experiencing symptoms of radon exposure should seek medical attention immediately, then schedule radon testing and mitigation in Twin Falls with Magic Valley Restoration & Construction.
Call Magic Valley Restoration & Construction Today
Magic Valley Restoration & Construction wastes no time in responding to emergency service requests. If your family is suffering from suspected radon exposure, turn to us for the swift and reliable service you need. We work around the clock and will be there as soon as you need us. Our Twin Falls radon testing and mitigation experts adhere to the highest standards in safety to ensure quality results.
Choose Magic Valley Restoration & Construction because:
- We are licensed, bonded, and insured
- We offer a 1-year warranty on all completed jobs
- We are available 24/7 for emergencies
- We are IICRC and EPA certified
Magic Valley Restoration & Construction provides honest restoration services. Turn to us for radon detection and mitigation in Twin Falls and rest assured your home is in good hands.
Call (208) 215-7607 or contact us online to get started.
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