Radon Mitigation: A New Business Opportunity
A version of this article appears in the Winter 2016 issue of Home Energy Magazine.
November 29, 2016
Of all the known dangers to residents associated with a home’s indoor air quality, the least recognized may be exposure to radon gas. Unless a building has been built to specifically prevent radon entry, there is no way to keep it out of the building’s interior if a radon source is present in the ground under the building. The good news is that it is easily measured and mitigated, which makes it a potential add-on service for a home performance contractor.
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