Elite Home Inspections Wants To Raise Radon Awareness
Louisville, KY.- Founder of Elite Home Inspections, Allan Davis has taken on a serious mission to educate home buyers and sellers about the dangers of Radon. Radon is formed as part of the normal radioactive decay chain of Uranium. Radon is responsible for the majority of the publics exposure to ionizing radiation according to a number of world wide health agencies.
Radon gas from natural sources can accumulate in buildings and expose the occupant to a gas where strong evidence shows a clear link to lung cancer. “I encounter clients regularly who tell me that they don’t need to worry about Radon because their house is on a slab or a crawl space” according to Davis. “This is simply incorrect, any house in contact with the ground can have high levels of Radon” The EPA recommends that corrective measures be taken when the EPA average is 4.0 pCi/L or greater. Elite Home Inspections performs Home Inspections and Radon testing in the Louisville, Ky. and the Southern Indiana area. Davis also stated “Radon testing to Protect Your Health is so important that once the public fully understands the facts, it will become as common as installing smoke detectors”. Elite Home Inspections is gearing up for a Radon Information blitz to all past clients and to the entire Louisville, Ky. area. An interesting fact is that Elite Home Inspections has found Radon levels as high as 250.9 pCi/l which is over 60 times the EPA’s Action Level. The EPA has desiginated January as Radon Action Month. According to Davis “”Elite Home Inspections will do as much as possible to raise awareness of this deadly killer and encourage testing".
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