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    Radon Action Month is this upcoming January, it's a dedicated month to inform people about the radon gas dangers.

     
    (1888 PressRelease) 20,000 people a year die from the radon gas threat and several people don't even know about the dangers of radon gas. Radon Action Month was created so people can be informed about the dangerous gas that could already be harming you. Take action and make sure you're not a victim of radon gas.

    This coming January 2014 is radon action month and if you are not familiar with the effects of radon gas you should definitely attend a local event. The radon action month is to bring awareness to the deadly effects of radon gas and how this silent killer is responsible for tens of thousands of deaths in the United States alone each year. The radon action month is to make people aware that those deaths are not necessary if people would just become informed of the way to locate and remove dangerous radon gas from their dwellings. The radon action month representatives will show you that there are many ways that you can help protect you and your family from being affected by this deadly radioactive gas.

    The radon action month representatives will have people on hand in January that will show you how you can access radon testing kits and how these systems work. The radon action month representatives will show you that the testing kits are a necessary tool in locating the radon gas and determining if the level in and around your home is severe enough that it needs to be treated. The radon action month representatives will show you exactly how the radon kits work, and how they need to be placed in the lowest levels of the home so that they can properly access the amount of gas in the air.

    The radon action month staff members will show you how those kits need to properly sit until they have gotten a correct reading, then they are mailed back to the manufacturer so that the results can be determined. The radon action month representatives say once the numbers are in you will be notified if you have a severe issue and require a radon mitigation system to properly disperse the radon gas from the soil under your dwelling.

    The radon action month staff members can show you exactly what different types of radon mitigation systems look like and how they effectively work to remove all the gas in the pocket of soil beneath your home. The purpose of the radon action month is to inform you of how deadly this gas is and to provide you with the means to get help and remove the gas in a timely manner and one that is safe for your family.

    The radon action month representatives will have staff on hand to show you how these systems work and who to contact in your location that can properly install the system so that your home is not contaminated with the radioactive radon gas. The radon action month representatives have experts on hand that will show you that they need to access your foundation and drill a small hole in the concrete so that they can get the pipes into the soil where the radon gas is. The radon action month representatives say the system is designed to reach the gas and then travel through pipes to your attic where a ventilation fan will disperse the radon gas out through the roof and safely into the air.

    The radon action month representatives will have many people on hand that can answer all your questions. The radon action month is designed to bring awareness to homeowners and the radon action month is also set up to provide a venue where people can get information from experts in the field who want to help.

    http://radonactionmonth2014.com/

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