Radon Gas

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Hudson Valley Radon Gas Detection

Making Newburgh Homes Safer Since 1995

Do you know the dangers of radon gas? It’s in the air all around us, as it naturally occurs in different amounts in the soil beneath our feet as certain elements decay. It’s colorless and odorless, but most importantly, it’s radioactive. Since it’s nearly impossible to detect without specialized equipment, it’s important to know the signs of radon exposure and to have access to a reputable company that can determine the levels in your home and help take action to remove it. Royal Class Service has been improving indoor air quality in homes and businesses throughout the Hudson Valley since 1995. You can trust our years of experience!

Do you think your household may be exposed to radon gas? Contact Royal Class Service at (845) 764-8046 for effective detection and elimination.

How Dangerous Is Radon Gas?

The fact is that there are no safe levels of radon. Radon exposure is the second most common cause of lung cancer in the United States, right after smoking. Symptoms of exposure are most often extremely delayed and are better described as the early symptoms of lung cancer. Early symptoms of lung cancer include:

  • Shortness of breath

  • Coughing up blood

  • Wheezing

  • Chest pain

  • A persistent cough

  • Frequent infections

  • Trouble swallowing

According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 10 percent of radon-related cancer deaths involve non-smokers. Don’t increase your risk - don’t smoke! - and call Royal Class Service to test your home for radon contamination.

To learn more about the dangers of radon gas, read our blog post!

Can Radon Be Filtered Out of the Air?

While your typical air purifier is able to clean your air of several harmful pollutants, radon is a small enough particle that these systems may not effectively remove the gas from your indoor air. The best way to reduce your home’s radon is by hiring a state-certified radon mitigation contractor to fix your house. Some of the techniques our contractors use to reduce radon levels include:

  • Sealing

  • House/room pressurization

  • Improving natural ventilation

  • Installing a heat recovery ventilator (HRV), AKA an air-to-air heat exchanger

Does your home need professional attention? Contact the radon mitigation contractors at Royal Class Service by calling (845) 764-8046 to schedule an appointment today.

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