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EPA designates January as Radon Action Month to raise awarement of one of leading lung cancer threats found in PA homes. Restoration Contracting Services Radon Experts Say, "Test your home. Protect your family."
New Kensington, PA - January 5, 2018
Pittsburgh, PA– Thousands of people in Allegheny, Westmoreland and surrounding counties could be saved from radon-related lung cancer by testing for and then, if needed, installing a radon mitigation system. Radon is a cancer-causing gas that can seep into homes, businesses, and schools and is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. Tom Kelly, Former Director of EPA’s Indoor Environments Division. “We know that radon is a carcinogen. Research confirms that breathing low levels of radon can lead to lung cancer.” (www.epa.gov/radon)
To raise awareness of radon, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) designated January as Radon Action Month in 1999. Why January? The best time to test is when you have “closed house conditions”. Closed house conditions are when the windows are closed and less likely to be used, and less traffic in and out of your home. In addition to raising radon awareness, this month of action is meant to encourage people to get their homes, work spaces, and schools tested for radon.
Restoration Contracting Services is the local leader in radon. RCS’s radon experts can help determine if a building’s radon levels are above the EPAs recommended 4.0 pCi/L, and if so, can install an aesthetically pleasing and affordable radon mitigation system. In 2017 our radon specialist sucessfully tested and mitigated several homes eliminating exposure to the radioactive particles released into . We are looking to 2018 as a year of continued
Radon Action Month is a collaborative effort between the EPA and other national organizations dedicated to lowering radon exposure, like the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST), of which is a Restoration Contracting Services member.
RCS owner, Mike Bonura, Sr. states that testing and mitigating will help save lives here and all over the United States. “Through our continued work to increase awareness about radon’s dangers, testing homes and mitigating homes, I look forward to the day when we can eliminate lung cancer deaths caused by radon exposure.”
For more information on radon and its health effects, radon testing and radon mitigation systems, you may contact:
Restoration Contracting Services, Inc.
Mike Bonura, Jr.
Radon Testing, Mitigation and Consultation Specialist
412.609.3950 [email protected]
Visit our website for informative links to understanding what RADON is and tesitmonial effects of the dangers it presents. Website: www.RCSrestoration.com