When your Connecticut home has a structural issue, needs a new paint job, or is ready for remodeling, the signs are clear and the benefits are obvious. However, you won't see any signs at all when your home is harboring dangerous levels of radon gas.
That's the scariest part - not knowing. There could be a gas within your home that is proven to be the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S., and you would never know without performing a radon test. You're probably thinking that anyone would be able to tell if their home was intoxicated by radon, but that's simply not the case. Radon is a tasteless, colorless, odorless gas that is the result of uranium decay, and its presence can only be detected through radon testing.
The team of radon contractors at National Radon Defense is ready and able to inspect your Connecticut home to identify the radon levels and, if necessary, provide radon mitigation services to maintain a healthy radon level within your home.