What is Radon Gas?
Identifying Radon in residential and commercial buildings
We've helped countless home owners with the potential issue of Radon in their house. Radon can be serious. Radioactive gas that is formed naturally by the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water turns into radon. It's colourless, odourless and tasteless. When it enters an enclosed space, such as a house or basement, it can accumulate to high concentrations and become a health risk.
Radon gas enters your house through openings such as cracks in foundation walls, floor slabs, construction joints, gaps around service pipes and support posts, floor drains and sumps, cavities inside walls, and the water supply.