(1888PressRelease) - Radon causes more deaths every year than any other household hazard including fires and carbon monoxide. Every home is required to have a smoke detector, but most homes have never been tested for radon. January is National Radon Action Month. According to radon mitigation contractor Jamey Gelina, "approximately 8 million U.S. homes have elevated radon levels."[Read More...]
(1888PressRelease) Elevated levels of radon gas have been found in thousands of Maryland homes. The affected areas include Fallston, Belcamp, Columbia, Cumberland, Elkton, Ellicott City, Hagerstown, Clarksburg, Potomac, Owings Mills, Port Deposit, Rockville, Gambrills, Baltimore, Frederic, and surrounding Maryland communities. All homes should be tested for radon gas. For more information, call (410) 381-1557.