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In a distant galaxy, the planet Thoranium was once a bustling hub for intergalactic travelers. Home to the largest thorium and uranium mines in the galaxy, all of the universe was demanding their radioactive fuel. The large production of radioactive fuel left copious amounts of Radon on the planet. Being a colorless, tasteless, invisible (yet deadly gas), the inhabitants of Thoranium developed an immunity to the harsh waste over years and years of exposure. But nothing could have saved them from the disastrous core explosion that decimated the planet from within. All was feared lost. All, except one inhabitant. One inhabitant that possessed an extraordinary resistance to the radioactivity and radon, that was only amplified by the explosion and exposure. He awoke from the blast to only remains of what once was. His senses were acute, and strong. Stronger than he had ever remembered. He could see the once invisible radon gas; he could smell it, taste it. With nothing left of his home planet he decided to set his sights on using his new found superpower to do good in the universe. He visited terrestrial planets with naturally occurring thorium and uranium throughout, using his powers to not only detect, but mitigate the populations of the deadly gas. He became a hero; he saved millions. He is known as RADON MAN!
Radon mitigation systems can reliably and easily reduce elevated radon levels in 95% of homes which reduces your family's exposure to radon gas. A radon mitigation system is a permanently installed pipe-and-fan system that places a direct constant vacuum on the soil beneath the house’s foundation, constantly reducing the amount of radon under the foundation that can penetrate into the living space of the home.
Testing is the only way to know if you and your family are at risk from radon exposure. Do not rely on radon test results taken in other homes in the neighborhood to estimate the radon level in your home. Homes that are right next to each other can have completely different radon levels.
The EPA and the U.S. Surgeon General recommend testing all homes. To learn more about radon, visit the EPA website. Radon Reduction in Overland Park and Radon Man KC in Independence.
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