Radon Gas


It is a radioactive, but chemically inert noble gas that comes from the disintegration of uranium naturally occurring in the soil, especially granite. The human being does not detect it since it is characterized by being colorless, odorless and insipid.

The greatest exposure usually occurs in the home. The radon gas is filtered through the construction materials that are in contact with the ground. It is concentrated in the enclosures that these delimit, especially those located in lower floors and basements.

Radon approximately lasts almost for four days, during which it disintegrates into other radioactive particles of polonium and lead.


It is the second most important cause of lung cancer. The World Health Organization (WHO) has determined that higher radon concentrations are more likely to develop lung cancer and especially smoker’s.

We also offer well water  radon level testing via Pro-Labs.

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